Unveiled in a world premiere at the recent Frankfurt Motor Show, the new Fiat Punto Evo is officially launched today. It aims to build on the success of its predecessor, the Grande Punto, and become a benchmark for innovation, safety and style thanks to several new features. The Punto Evo features a broad range of Euro 5 engines, including the second-generation 1.3 MultiJet and the 1.4 MultiAir — the technology developed by Fiat Powertrain Technologies, that will gradually be adopted by all Fiat Group engines. The car also features the new Blue&Me-TomTom infotainment system. The Fiat Punto Evo will be available to buy from the second half of October.