These scans were sourced from a foreign magazine and look to be official photos released before the embargo date. They clearly depict the new Bravo wearing the redesigned logo. However, supposed interior shots of the Bravo feature the old logo sitting center of the steering wheel on prototypes seen testing on the streets of Torino in Italy. We’ll probably have to wait until next year’s Geneva Motor Show to see how the final car turns out.
Italy’s Fiat is considering replacing its current logo with an all-new design just in time for the launch of the new Bravo. This would be the 16th time that Fiat is changing its label, but we’re not sure about the inspiration behind the new design. The current logo was created by the company’s design chief when he noticed the sun shining through the FIAT sign on of its factory one day.
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