FRANKFURT – Fiat Auto SpA’s long-awaited, much-needed Punto multipurpose van (MPV) finally will break cover in March 2004, a year later than originally planned. The Italian rival of the new Ford Fusion and Vauxhall Meriva inherits the Punto platform but gets an all-new taller body designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. The new styling incorporates the MPV-signature small triangular window in the A-pillar and a steep sloping nose that runs straight up into the windscreen. Fiat will ...
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