The two-door four-seater sports car Fiat Coupe was first unveiled at the Brussels Auto Show in 1993.
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The style of the interior is an organic continuation of the exterior. But inside the Fiat Coupe is more traditional than the outside. A painted in the body color strip on the front panel, through which separate round devices look through, is a completely forgotten classic.
Dark red leather, inserts labeled "pininfarina" and no architectural excesses. Puffy leather steering wheel has two adjustments (height and length of the column). Devices - as in the plane, including a voltmeter, an indicator of pressure and oil temperature. Driving vanity will amuse a large aluminum engine start button - everything, like in real racing cars.
But with all its foppishness, the Fiat Coupe is quite practical. Living room comfortable. The rear seats are very comfortable for both children and adults, unlike most two-door cars, the trunk is roomy (almost 300 liters).
Three years later, the car was restyled.
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Fiat Coupe has excellent handling and good road behavior. Hard accurate suspension allows you to perfectly feel the road and filigree to prescribe the path. All wheels have disc brakes.
The basic package includes anti-slip system, power steering, anti-theft system, immobilizer, airbags, central locking, power windows, alloy wheels and audio system for cassettes. In 1998, a modification of the FIAT Coupe Limited Edition (LE) appeared with improved options, a copy of which was acquired by Michael Schumacher at number 1.
From the closest competitors Mercedes CLK and Porsche Boxter Fiat Coupe has a lower price.
In 2001, the FIAT Coupe was discontinued.