By the way, you are wrong on the Fiat platforms.The platforms underpinning those models were mostly redeveloped from older bases and shared in many instances between EMEA and LATAM. In the case of the Tipo that can trace its origins to the 80's but much of the development cost was funded by the Turkish JV. 124 Spider is a Mazda built in Japan with some sheet metal changes and a Fiat engine.
You may be surprised to find that many LATAM models are underpinned with CUSW or a derivative thereof. 500L 500X and Renegade share platforms, so does the Compass and in all probability the reverse is true - that platform spawned the EMEA derivatives, not vice versa. Panda 319 (in your terminology 111) is derived from the 500 platform which was an adaptation of the Panda 169 platform introduced in 2003. Oh, and the Viaggio aka Dart were Chinese derivatives of the Tipo! Now, how many are actually exclusive to Fiat / Alfa in Europe?
1996 Palio>Mobi, Palio II, Uno II, Grand Sienna, Fiorino III, Argo/Cronos, Strada,
2007 500>Panda Mk 3,
2005 Punto>500L, 500X, Tipo, Toro