Along with Peugeot’s award winning 205 (remember the Rallye and the GTi?), the Fiat Uno is considered one of the finest superminis to come out of Europe in the 1980s. And the fact that both models remained in the market with small changes for more than a decade is a testament to that. The Uno’s clean and modern lines were the work of Giorgetto Giugiaro's ItalDesign, which has now passed into the hands of the ever-growing Volkswagen Group.
The Uno Turbo with its 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine developing 105HP at launch and 118HP in the refreshed model was the flagship version of the range. And as with any other hot hatch, the Uno Turbo was subjected to numerous modifications, be that in design or performance. That said, we’re accustomed to seeing the Uno Turbo in strange outfits, but what we have here is beyond words…
Found for sale on a online car dealer in Poland, the 1986 Fiat Uno Turbo three-door hatch has been converted into something that is supposed to resemble an Audi, but not in the classy way that another owner turned his Seat Alhambra MPV into an Ingolstadt lookalike.
This here owner combined an Audi A3 face up front with a wide body kit of unknown origins, Fiat Coupe tail lights and…a rear bumper from the first-generation of the Audi TT coupe.
And now he’s selling this automotive Kielbasa for an asking price of 7,900 PLN, which comes to around €2,015 or close to US$2,900. Check out the photos below and write away your thoughts in the comments section.