TURIN — Fiat SpA's 2001 replacement for the Brava/Bravo ushers in a radical new modular-construction concept that will eventually be applied the every passenger model within Fiat Auto. Code-named Project 192, the new model uses a traditional pressed-steel floorpan with a steel space frame bearing the body panels. Built on Fiat's so-called C-D platform, Project 192 also will form the basis for the successors to the Fiat Marea, as well as the new Alfa Romeo 156, and — stretched in ...

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