Honestly, the only reason anyone even cared about the last-generation Fiat Multipla was because it was so freaking ugly. It had a weird proboscis-esque shelf popping out from under the windshield, and according to my girlfriend it looked like the head of a dinosaur known as Brachiosaurus. A cartoon Brachiosaurus drawn by a blind person. Anyway, the point of all this is the much-derided Multipla has gotten a makeover. The petite people-mover is now much less hideous on the outside, meaning that it's also far less distinctive. Top Gear checks up on the now conventional-looking MPV.
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