TURIN — Fiat SpA has the heir to its Seicento and it's designed by Carrozzeria Bertone SpA, informed sources say. Following its alliance with General Motors Corp. early last year, Fiat's top management reversed a previous decision to approve a design strongly related to the revolutionary Ecobasic research vehicle, first presented in 1999. Alternatively, Fiat management required its own designers, as well as the Italian design houses, to present alternative proposals for the “city car” to ...

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