ABARTH 695 Tributo Ferrari - More is not Possible
The Abarth 695 Tributo Ferrari is the exclusive Abarth 500 that
consolidates the links between Abarth and Ferrari -- links based on many
shared values that include a passion for performance, a racing soul,
attention to detail and Italian style.
2013 Fiat 500e Electric Review and Road Test
2013 Fiat 500e Electric Review and Road Test
Jay Leno's Garage: 2012 Fiat 500 Abarth
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Tim Kuniskis of Fiat North America stops by the garage to test drive the
Abarth with Jay. This "wicked cousin" to the 500 packs 160 hp in its 1.4
liter turbo engine, gets 34/28 mpg, and
for you fashionistas, comes in both Gucci and Tributo Maserati versions.
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2012 Fiat 500 Abarth - Part 2
My 500 Abarth " Scuderia " - Racing, Track Scenes, Drift
This is my car, a 500 Abarth finished in Rosso Officina paintjob, custom
white Ferrari 430 Scuderia stripes, H&R suspensions and BMC air sport
filter. I will put some more modifications to the car in the future such as
a new Exhaust and an ECU upgrade. In
the video you can see my really first time on the track as driver and not
as passenger during the Abarth Race Days at the Varano racetrack near
Parma. The weather was very bad and the road was incredibly wet. I did two
track sessions, the 1st one with the Torque Traction Control OFF and the
2nd with it set ON. The other guy in the black Abarth is my friend NM2255.
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2012 MINI Cooper S versus Fiat 500 Abarth 0-60 MPH Mashup Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) Perhaps the car that most closely competes with
the 2012 Fiat 500 Abarth is the equally diminutive MINI Cooper S. Both
cars are tiny European hot hatches that make driving fun. Both cars are turbo charged and both cars will easily
spin their from wheels when you slam down the accelerator. We also think
that both cars will appeal to the same car shopper. So which of these two
mini-rockets is faster to 60 MPH?
Is it the Brit or the Italian. Check out this video to find out.
Romeo Ferraris Cinquone Stradale (Abarth 500)
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During the Supertars Series @ Vallelunga track Rome Ferraris shown this new
300 HP road version of the famous "Cinquone".
2013 Fiat 500e Electric 0-60 MPH First Drive & Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new 2013 Fiat 500e is an all electric EV
version of the Fiat 500. Unlike the gasoline powered Fiat 500 which is
rated at 40 MPG, the new 500e gets 116 MPGe, It will also go 87 miles on a
full charge and will zip up to an 88 MPH top speed. But perhaps most
importantly the new 2013 Fiat 500e Electric is fun to drive. It retains all
of the charm of the current Fiat 500, but of course non of the tail pipe
emissions. Check out this TFLcar first drive review we see how fast the new
EV Fiat is from 0-60 MPH and of course we take a close look at the
technology that makes it such a unique electric car.
Abarth 500 Elaborazione!
Another new special edition, has to be the the best ones I have seen
Japanese Italian car tuner Any's International has unveiled a unique
edition Abarth 500 project at the Tokyo Special Import-Car Show 2010 which
was realised in collaboration with two Italian companies: Magneti Marelli
and Black. This distinctive one-off Scorpion-based car will be on sale for
4.7 million yen (42,000 euros).
The Tokyo Special Import-Car Show 2010 is an annual custom car show for
imported cars. This show, held in the Japanese capital city, features
exhibits from leading aftermarket parts manufacturers, custom shops,
automotive businesses and organisations in the import custom car field and
attracts attention from both domestic and overseas guests. For Any's
International this was the showcase to present the 500 Elaborazione. At
last year's edition of the show Any's International kicked the ball rolling
by showing off a 500 "dressed" up to represent the full breadth of
aftermarket customisation options that are available for the tiny urban
This year though it was the turn of the Abarth 500 to be customised and the
resulting, quite unique, car, dubbed the "Abarth 500 Elaborazione", was
developed in conjunction with the Fiat Group's Magneti Marelli division and
Italian accessory manufacturer, Black. Engine power is increased to 162 bhp
thanks to Magnelli Marelli ECU upgrades with the mid band torque is also
improved. The 500 Elaborazione also features a Magneti Marelli dual mode Exhaust called "Milano Edition" which is
especially manufactured for Any's International.
Further Magneti Marelli input into the custom-crafted car comes from the
new brake discs and eye-catching yellow brake calipers for the Abarth 500
(which were developed by Brembo), along with a new lowered suspension kit
(spring set), and the new 7x17 inch "black" alloy wheels (fitted with
Magneti Marelli hub caps) which are shod with 215/40R17 83W Dunlop Z1 Star
The car has been finished in an aggressive orange colour with gloss black
highlights and distinctive badging that denotes the close association of
the 500 Elaborazione project with Magneti Marelli, including in a
wheel-to-wheel decal panel along the side along which also features the
"Abarth" name, and a small aluminium logo fitted to the B-pillar which is
now covered with a carbon-fibre finishing piece. There is further carbon
fibre in the triangle section of the front door nudging into A-pillar while
there is also an "Elaborazione" logo on the tailgate lid.
Inside, the cabin has been made more opulent and luxurious, and customised
using an array of leather components from Black, including the steering
wheel, handbrake gaiter and the arching cover for the instrument console,
plus there is a carbon-fibre gear shift knob. The four seats are now
finished in black leather and Alcantara and "Elaborazione" is stitched into
the headrests in orange (to match with the contrasting orange colour of the
leather stitching) on the front seats while the door panels are also
trimmed in leather. Floor mats with orange trimming and embossed with the
"Elaborazione" name complete the package.
ItaliaspeedTV - Abarth @ 35th Bologna Motor Show
At this month's Bologna Motor Show the Scorpion brand took centre stage,
showcasing its production range in the halls while out in the motor sports
arena the Trofeo Abarth 500 racers entertained the crowds.