The Car was producted in a collaboration between the Fiat Group Automobiles Style Centre and the Abarth Engineers and Designers. It sports a full racing outfit starting with an aerodynamic spoiler, wide bumpers, screen-printed grilles, wide
track white 17’ special ultralight racing wheels, low ride sports racing mirrors and check out those two carbon air intakes on the hood with the Abarth scorpion logo. The rear gets a white winged spoiler, a badge bearing the Abarth logo and a twin exhaust pipe. The racing look is completed with a pastel grey livery with red Abarth side stripes.
The interior is completely stripped of all the production accessories making the car lighter and faster and gets a racing approved roll-bar resulting in a weight reduction of 180kg, and the driver position has been shifted nearer to the center of the car. Beneath the hood we find A 1.4-liter 16V turbo producing 200 bhp with peak torque standing at 300Nm at 3000 rpm – the kind of figures we had been hoping for in the production Abarth SS version, lets wait and see.
Source: Fiat Group
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