Fiat has launched the Punto Evo in the market and as name implies, this new model is sort of evolution of the current generation of Punto hatchback that is struggling to make its mark in hypercompetitive Indian market. Punto Evo has got a striking design that is sure to bowl you over as it looks even more dynamic, elegant and proportioned than its predecessor. In order to make the impression of a new proposition, Fiat has done a heavy tweaking to the overall shape and styling virtues of old Punto. There is comprehensive redesigning of frontage as Punto Evo features a fresh new face with heavily altered nose and chin. Swept back headlamps that stretch back deep into bonnet of Evo look classy and so are the subtle speed creases on hood. Side view of Evo has remained same as Fiat hasn’t tinkered with the profile of its already very well-balanced and proportioned. Rear of the Punto Evo though comes with some instantly perceptible changes. For one, new tail lights with LED stripes and chrome strip running across the lower part of rear bumper. Cabin of the Punto Evo is reminiscent to its elder cousin; recently launched new Fiat Linea. Two-tone dashboard of Fiat Evo feels much better built and quality too has taken a giant leap. Use of high grade material and fine quality grain have been successful in lifting overall ambience of the Evo though there are still some rough can be found on door pads. Fiat Evo comes with 3 engine options: 1.4-litre and 1.2-litre petrol and 1.3-litre diesel and all these engines are mated with 5-speed manual transmission. Fiat claims the mileage figures of 21.2 km/l, 15.8 km/l and 14.4 km/l for 1.3-litre diesel, 1.2-litre petrol and 1.4-litre petrol respectively.