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It's extreme of course but I like the direction, especially for Fiat, as it breaks completely away from current design with a high stance, narrow greenhouse, and emphasis on length, all opposite of the 500. You wonder how much farther Fiat can take the short, stubby, ugly-cute (or just ugly) design language of the last two decades. This could be an answer. Or at least a coexisting alternate path.
 

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It's extreme of course but I like the direction, especially for Fiat, as it breaks completely away from current design with a high stance, narrow greenhouse, and emphasis on length, all opposite of the 500. You wonder how much farther Fiat can take the short, stubby, ugly-cute (or just ugly) design language of the last two decades. This could be an answer. Or at least a coexisting alternate path.
I could see some market for NOT-YOUR-NORMAL car design EX with the large brand portfolio FCA have I could see FIAT pull this off and use Dodge as the entry car for those markets
and JEEP to cover the CUV end for people that want a "normal" looking vehicle
 
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