To help fill in the gaps, independent artist Theophilus Chin has given us his interpretation of how the wagon may look.
The Aegea was revealed in late May, designed to serve as a small budget sedan in some of the world’s emerging economies.
Among the 40 target markets planned by Fiat for the Aegea are markets in Africa, the Middle East and eastern Europe.
Theo Chin's rendered wagon (and he is often on the money) features a blacked-out glass section around the cargo area, while borrowing the rear bumper and tail-light design from the sedan.
The tailgate has the same ‘full width’ numberplate aperture as the boot-lid on the sedan, and a rear spoiler with central brake light has been added.
Power in the sedan version will come from a choice of four engines - two petrol, two diesel - matched with standard manual or optional automatic transmissions.
Fiat maintains that the Aegea in all of its forms is currently destined only for its announced target markets, but conceded in May that a wider launch in the future is under consideration.
Whether those plans include Australia or not is unclear, but the Aegea hatch would be a more likely starter here than the sedan or wagon.
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