Jeep’s upcoming subcompact has been spotted for the first time, albeit the version spotted is still a test mule and not representative of the final design. Fiat will have its own version of the car and both will be built at a plant in Italy.
Many automakers are adopting carbon fiber for the construction of their cars, but Audi thinks mixed materials or ‘multi-material’ construction is more suitable for mass production.
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