The dimensions of the Fiat Mio are: 1,560 mm in width, 1,530 mm in height and length of 2,500 mm.
The exterior design is characterized by clean, functional, almost minimalist lines, with an emphasis on the large glass area which offers excellent visibility and at the same time incorporates intelligent windows that control the incidence of light.
The dynamic look and the slightly sloped waistline contribute to visually lengthen the profile, while accentuating the sense of robustness.
At the front, the fenders and the headlights form a single piece enhances the solid look.
The exterior is also modular to allow further customization of the car.
Other distinctive design elements are the covered wheels, that improve the aerodynamic efficiency.
The turn lights and other lighting units were positioned so as to simplify their shapes
The interior offers an innovative user experience. It is inspired by a lounge, with the seats designed as sofas.
The cabin is characterized by a sense of lightness, thanks to the white tones of the surfaces and the large transparent areas.
The interfaces and gadgets are ergonomically arranged and easily accessible.
The original steering wheel is retractable, allowing for auto-pilot mode when traveling on automated highways.
“Everything was designed for a world where the driver can simply be a passenger and have the vehicle guided by intelligent roads.”
The starting concept of an “ideal car” as defined by the online community was a compact and economical 2-seater urban vehicle with eco-friendly powertrain and materials.
It should also feature an advanced infotainment system with a touch screen control and head-up display (HUD), mobile connectivity, media player, GPS.
The diversity of ideas submitted has forced Fiat designers to work on two parallel projects, called Precision and Sense, in order to give a direction and to portray the duality of the suggestions.
The Precision theme was more oriented towards accurate lines, enhancing the futuristic character of the car. On the other side, the Sense theme had more design freedom, with organic, nature-inspired lines.
Once both the concepts were analyzed, the online community has decided to further develop the Precision line, incorporating some of solutions presented on the Sense
Side Airvent Ideation
INT Color Trim Ideation
Fiat Mio FCC TEAM
The Fiat Concept Car III (FCC III), called “Mio”, is the third concept car entirely developed at the Giovanni Agnelli Development Center (Betim, MG).
The FCC III was unveiled at the Sao Paolo Motor Show on last October, following the FCC I and FCC II, presented at the 2006 and 2008 editions of the show – the largest in Latin America.