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TIPO. Nome de código: Tipo Due

Like the X1/9 before it, the Uno was a Fiat which was launched with its development code-name (or at least part of it) attached firmly to its boot-lid. The Uno spearheaded a major development programme within the Fiat group, and as such, was developed under the code-name of Tipo Uno, or Type 1. While this may sound a little prosaic, it could be sign that Fiat had taken to heart the gentle ribbing it received for developing the Panda under the code-name Rustica, a name which can surely have had purely bucolic overtones only in Italy. In fact, the Panda had originally been labelled Tipo Zero, indicating a blank-sheet design, and the launch of Tipo Uno was to be followed by that of Tipo Quattro (Type 4), Tipo Due (Type 2) and Tipo Tre (Type 3), in that order. Incidentally, Fiat's naming policy for these models was a little quirky: while Tipo Uno had been launched as the Uno, Tipo Due was launched simply as the Tipo. As if deliberately to confuse the issue, the Tipo Quattro was a joint development programme with Alfa Romeo and Saab (providing the 164 and 9000 respectively, in addition to the Fiat Croma and Lancia Thema), thus leading many observers to assume that the "Quattro" referred to the four marques involved. [...]

Code-name Launched as...


Tipo Zero (Type 0) __________  Fiat Panda
Tipo Uno (Type 1) __________   Fiat Uno
Tipo Due (Type 2) __________   Fiat Tipo
Tipo Tre (Type 3) ___________  Fiat Tempra / Lancia Dedra
Tipo Quattro (Type 4) ________  Fiat Croma / Lancia Thema

Custo euro/km (a 15.000 km/ano)
                                                                Benefício    /       ano


fiat tipo 1.4 s              i.e. 5 portas cat.          0,3732           1.679,20


fiat tipo 1.4 sx             i.e. 5 portas cat.          0,3896          1.753,08


fiat tipo 1.6 super         i.e. 5 portas cat.          0,4069          1.830,94


fiat tipo 1.6 sx             i.e. 5 portas cat.          0,4069           1.830,89


fiat tipo 1.8 gt                  3 portas cat.          0,4290           1.930,36


fiat tipo 1.8 slx                  5 portas cat.          0,4249          1.911,98


fiat tipo 2.0 / 16v              3 portas cat.          0,4911           2.209,78

Tipo's derivatives
- Fiat’s platform sharing strategy reached its peak during the Tipo era. Fiat Tipo was launched in 1988 as Fiat’s Golf-beater. Its simple front MacPherson struts / rear trailing arms platform was soon found sharing with a dozen models in the group. Here is the complete listing (loaded from my memory) - Fiat Tipo, Fiat Tempra, Lancia Dedra, Lancia Delta, Alfa 155, Alfa 145/146, Fiat Brava / Bravo / Marea, Fiat Coupe, Fiat Punto, Alfa GTV/Spider, Alfa 156 and Lancia Lybra.
- The earliest derivatives did not changed much the hard points position, hence essential dimensions. These include today’s 145/146, Delta and Brava/Bravo/Marea. They differ from each other by packaging, styling and suspension tuning. Fiat and Lancia share the same engines and transmission. Alfa got modified 4-cylinder engines (e.g. with twin-spark added) and sportier suspension setup.
- 146 is a 145 with longer boot, although both of them are hatchback.
- Brava is the 5-door version of the 3-door Bravo. Marea is the 3-box saloon version. Marea Weekend is an estate.
- Alfa GTV / Spider, Alfa 156 and Lancia Lybra received much more development. GTV / Spider has multi-link replaces strut as rear suspension. The front still rides on strut. On the contrary, 156 has the front suspension changed to double-wishbones while using struts at the rear. Lybra remains strut in front but introduces a new GLA (Guided Lateral Arm) rear suspension. Again, Alfa has its own engines (including V6s) while Fiat and Lancia share the same engines. Alfa even got advanced transmission such as Selespeed. Although there are still a lot of common components sharing among them, it is no longer adequate to call these cars as sharing platform.

The Punto Mk 1 of 1994 was derived from the Fiat Tipo, with the same suspension configuration - MacPherson struts at front, trailing arm at the rear.

Vehicle Classifications,
Are designed to group vehicles into their respective competitive market segments. Each vehicle is classified into the appropriate classification.
Classe C1
ALFA ROMEO 145. CITROEN C4. CITROEN XSARA. CITROEN ZX. FIAT BRAVO / BRAVA. FIAT TIPO. FORD ESCORT. FORD FOCUS. FORD PUMA. HONDA CIVIC. LANCIA DELTA. MAZDA 323. MERCEDES-BENZ A-CLASS. MERCEDES-BENZ A-CLASS MINI MPV. NISSAN ALMERA. OPEL ASTRA. PEUGEOT 306. PEUGEOT 307. PEUGEOT 309. RENAULT MEGANE. RENAULT 19. RENAULT 9. ROVER 200. ROVER 25. SEAT CORDOBA. TOYOTA COROLLA. VW GOLF.

FONT: http://www.automotive-esources.com/classes_euro.htm

Fiat wants Tipos assembled in Poland - Fiat Tipo automobile - Brief Article of Ward's Auto World, July, 1991 by Jon Lowell

       Fiat's proposal reportedly includes Polish assembly of Tipo midsize hatchbacks by FSO at an annual rate of 100,000 units beginning in 1994 and production of Uno superminis at a later date. All the Unos would reportedly be for the Polish market, while some of the Tipos would be exported to improve Poland's balance of trade. GM insiders admit Fiat's offer is substantially more lucrative than theirs, but the Polish government is reluctant to give Fiat control of its entire auto industry. (Fiat already has a deal with Poland's other automaker, Fabryka Samochodow Malolitrazowych.) Poland's car market is one of the most developed in Eastern Europe, with 1990 sales of 285,000 units. Sales are off this year, but GM expects the market to recover and grow steadily to 400,000 units by 2000.

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