Fiat India’s two Italian beauties, Punto 90 HP MULTIJET and Linea T-Jet, have been flagged off for an expedition to salute the true spirit of Ladakh. Prof. Rajni Abbi, Mayor of Delhi flagged off the 18 day drive from the capital city of India. The journey would be from Delhi to Leh and back, covering a distance of close to 20000 kms.
Eight Cadets from Chetna College, Mumbai, would undertake this adventurous journey through the most scenic roads along rough terrains on the snow capped mountains and magnificent valleys. During their expedition they would also be visiting Pangong Lake, Thangsey and Nubra valley.
This expedition celebrates the true spirit of the Indian army who have been securing our borders for over the years now and safeguarding our country from the eye of the enemy. The proposed route for this expedition would start from Delhi university en-route via Pathankot, Srinagar, Kargil and finally halt at Leh and start the return journey to reach Delhi on Monday, 18th July.
“Fiat’s Punto 90 HP MULTIJET and Linea T-Jet are known for their power, drive and fuel efficiency. Our cars have a strong build and all the necessary features to enable a smooth drive on the rocky hilly terrains. It would truly be a proud moment to see the Fiat brand standing tall on one of the highest altitudes of the country. We wish all the cadets a great and memorable journey with Fiat’s Punto 90 HP MULTIJET and Linea T-Jet.” said Mr. Rajeev Kapoor, President & CEO, Fiat India Automobiles Ltd.
The proposed route for this expedition would start from Delhi University (North), gate- 3, and en-route via Pathankot, Srinagar, Kargil and finally halt at Leh and start the return journey to reach Delhi on Monday, 18th July.
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