The 2011 Fiat Uno may not be the fastest car on the block, but there are still a lot of people that prefer conservative, fuel-efficient vehicles than the more aggressive, high-powered kind, so, at the very least, we’re obligated to show you spy photos of the hatchback whenever such photos pop up.

Fortunately, someone who’s got some pull inside Fiat’s production facility in Brazil was able to take photos of the 2011 Fiat Uno, giving us a clear look at the soon-to-be-released compact vehicle. Judging from these photos, the Uno looks to have incorporated a number of new design cues, including a one-side-three-slot grill, new fender flares and dark headlights.

Specifications included in the car are still a little sketchy but you should at least expect something along the lines of a 1.0-lliter 75 horsepower base model to a more powerful – and we’re using ‘powerful’ relatively – 1.4-liter 102 horsepower model.

Check out the photos and tell us what you think.

Props to Eber for the photos


Source: Noticias Automotivas

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  (409) posted on 02.16.2011

Designed and engineered largely in Brazil, the new Uno is slotted in size between the European Panda and Grande Punto and draws some styling inspiration from the Panda.

  (498) posted on 02.16.2011

Fiat plans to offer an off-road variant called Uno Way, with matte-black wheel arches and bumpers and higher ground clearance. All models are front-wheel drive.

  (392) posted on 04.18.2010

O well, not bad I guess. But it still has tons of competition out there and with the production of hybrid and electric cars, I’m pretty sure that this smaller cars will have a difficult time for their sales in their market.

  (504) posted on 04.6.2010

What the hell it looks awful, the hood air intake is not balance.

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