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Looks like Fiat's aiming to make its Stilo just s bit more stylish. The company's C-segment car has reportedly gotten a resurfacing befitting the big brother of the Giugiaro-designed Punto Grande. According to Carscoop, the new model — which we may see in Paris — will revive to the Bravo name, that of a previous model designed by a pre-Flame Chris Bangle. What's clever about the new model is its production situation — Fiat's reportedly working with Austria's Magna Steyr, which also builds Europe-bound vehicles for Chrysler. We're sure the Italian unions will come down hard on Fiat, considering it would be the first time the company has used a non-Italian contractor. But what's a few hundred thousand units between amici, no?

2007 Fiat Bravo Uncovered (Stilo replacement) [Carscoop]

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Fiat Unveils Punto Grande Compact, Hopes for a Win [internal]