Since the Fiat Croma , the unforgotten sedan that played the role of flagship of the Turin brand for about ten years, with the launch in 1985, has no longer had an heir in the Fiat house since it left production in the now distant 1996. .
Beyond the nostalgic aspects for a car that marked the Italian automotive scene at the turn of the 80s and 90s, today a new notchback sedan could have its own meaning in the Fiat range. While there are rumors and indiscretions on the future of the product offer that will characterize the brands, of the now former FCA, passed under the wing of Stellantis in the coming years , on the Net there are more and more graphic projects and renderings that imagine how it could be a new sedan, in a segment comparable to that occupied over thirty years ago by the Fiat Croma.
Render of a modern Fiat Croma
Among these is, for example, the render by Salvatore Lepore , proposed above, which assumes the aesthetic aspect of a modern re-edition of the Fiat Croma . Compared to the boxy shapes and angular lines of the original model, this modern Croma has a much more curvilinear and athletic design , featuring a four-door body, with a sculpted bonnet and contrasting A-pillar.
Front that incorporates the modern Fiat stylings
The car body, which is essentially that of the Alfa Romeo Giulia , has been revised at the front, with the front completely modified , from the light units to the bumper, from the central grille to the lower one. The nose of this modern Fiat Croma features a hexagonal grille with three horizontal strips and the lettering “FIAT” in clear evidence in the center, visually connected to the elongated LED headlights, while below there is a narrow grille with a honeycomb weave. bee flanked by well-defined and distinct housings that house the fog lights.