Think why it hasn't been introduced on any production car to date.....If you need more, there is the PattAir that fits even to Ferraris. Think why.
The data I have for a Mito with a 135Bhp multiair engine is 7.4l/100km, which is 0.1l better than the Punto illustrated with 30 Bhp more power. Why is this then?
A Punto 105 Multiair kerb weight - 1075kg Yaris - 1010Kg. The Yaris is 6% lighter than the Punto so not exactly a fair comparison.
The reason why the Multiair engine is up for so many awards isn't for the single NA derivative but for the performance/efficiency capabilities of the two turbo charged variants. Find another engine with that kind of power at that capacity with those economy/emissions figures.
Is it just a coincindence the the Pattakon site and yourself are based in Greece?