The station wagon variant of the inbound Fiat Tipo has been caught testing by Autocar spies, signaling the eventual arrival of the model alongside the sedan, which debuted last year, and the hatchback.
Not surprisingly, it appears as though the Tipo station wagon will retain the same Italian good-looks as the sedan. Out front the same grille and headlights are seen, while similarly sharp bodylines carry along down the side of the car. In the rear the same swooping headlights are present, though the rest of the rear is hidden by black camouflage.
Autocar says the Tipo station wagon will be expectedly longer than the Tipo sedan, which measures in at 4.54 meters. Under the hood will be Fiat’s MultiJet II diesel engine, offered in two states of tune, and two yet-to-be-named gasoline engines.
The Tipo sedan, hatchback and station wagon will be sold throughout Europe. The sedan is expected to go on sale by the middle of this year, while the hatchback and station wagon will go on sale sometime in 2017 following a debut late this year or early next.