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Fiat Punto Evo has undergone several external changes to both front and rear, such as new bumper with improved technical and functional areas: for example, two radiator grilles combined in a single trapezium-shaped area with two side attachments containing direction indicators, while lower grille incorporates new circular fog lights with adaptive cornering function. You can tell different variants apart by front bumper: sporty trims have hexagonal-mesh grille and dark line with embedded Fiat logo; Comfort Line versions have horizontal-mesh grille and chrome-coloured line. Compared with previous car, headlights stand out more and are technically supreme as well as offering daytime running lights function at side and different framing (dark for Sport Line versions, chrome-coloured for Comfort Line versions).
At rear side, there is a new bumper incorporating number plate; innovative taillights with a guide light that can be seen at night in shape of a pair of brackets opening on left and closing on right; central Fiat logo that is also used to unlock boot; and new Punto logo with a different coloured dot depending on engine. Original side mouldings mix into new-look front and rear parts (3-door versions are improved by chrome-coloured line featuring car's logo).
Latest design has expanded car to a total length of 406 cm, meaning that it preserves winning characteristics of occupants’ comfort. Other external dimensions remain same, with width of 169 cm, height of 149 cm and wheelbase of 251 cm.
Lastly, there is a range of 13 colours, seven of which were not available for previous car: Grigio Intellettuale (Tech house Grey), Blu Temerario (Acid jazz Blue), Blu Illusionista (Brit pop Blue), Nero Rubacuori (Progressive Black), Verde Avventuriero (Unplugged Green), Bianco Radioso (Easy listening White) and Rosso Sfrenato (Tango Red).