The car will be retailed through 70 Tata-Fiat dealer outlets
Fiat India Automobiles has launched its Linea mid-sized family car for the Indian market, the first of the three new launches by the company in 2009; and is available in 1.4-litre 16v FIRE petrol and 1.3-litre 16v Advanced MultiJet diesel engine variants.
The car will be manufactured at the Ranjangaon plant near Pune in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The petrol and diesel variants will be available in Active, Dynamic and Emotion versions, with a similar set of features for both variants.
The 1.4-litre 16v Fully Integrated Robotised Engine (FIRE) will power the petrol version of the Linea, and the diesel version will be equipped with the new generation 1.3-litre 16v Advanced MultiJet engine. The car will be retailed through 70 Tata-Fiat dealer outlets spread across the country.
Both the variants will be further supported with two option packs, one each on petrol and diesel top-end variants mainly comprising of dual front airbags and the Blue & Me feature as standard.
Blue & Me is the voice interactive device developed by Fiat along with Microsoft that offers an additional voice interface for the on-board music system and can be linked to a personal mobile for communicating through the car’s audio unit and speakers.