Fiat has revealed a new Uno. The only market confirmed so far is Brazil, the same country where it will be produced.
The Uno will launch with two available flex-fuel engines: a 1.0L unit and a 1.4L. The 1.0L will develop 73bhp on alcohol and 75bhp on gasoline, while the 1.4 will put out 88 and 85 respectively. Power will be sent to the front wheels via a five-speed manual gearbox.
At a length of 3.77m and width of 1.64m, the Uno will be positioned between the Panda and the Grande Punto.
There will also be a SUV-mimicking variant of the Uno available, called the Way. This kind of car is very popular in Brazil, and the Way is unlikely to be offered elsewhere. Changes on the Way include higher ground clearance, roof bars and contrasting bumpers and trim around the wheel arches.
Sales will begin later this month in Brazil. You can get a better look at the new Uno in the gallery below.