Fiat Coupe 20v Turbo vs Corvette Z06 - Drag Race Santa Pod
Even though I just missed out on the win it was still worth documenting :)
The Corvette Z06 is the latest and greatest in the long line of true
American muscle. Packing a 7 litre LS7 V8 producing 505bhp, the Z06 will do
sub 4 second 0-60 and 8 second 0-100!
So it's a blown 2 litre Italian Stallion FWD vs 7 litres of American Muscle
RWD! Both our cars can do an 11 second quarter but too much gas off the
line bouncing on the limiter leaves the Z06 ahead at the 60ft, 3rd gear
starts to real him in but by this time it was too late and the victory goes
across the pond :)
Evaldo Fiat Coupe
Evaldas Fiat Coupe 16v turbo.
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Fiat Coupe - Top Gear 1994
This is a very hard to find video of the original Top Gear review of the
Fiat Coupe by Jeremy Clarkson. It hails from the days of poor video, sorry
for the quality!
I do not own the rights to this video. If I am contacted by one of the
copyright holders to take it down I will do so immediately.
TORINO - Coupé Fiat 20th Anniversary celebration 2014.
At the end of May 2014 Fiat Coupé enthusiasts from across Europe, and
beyond, gathered in Turin Italy to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the
launch of the Coupé Fiat in Europe.
The event was organised by the Italian Coupé fiat club from the Piedmont
region of Northern Italy. The event took in a visit to the Pininfarina
museum, a meeting on the top of the old Fiat Lingotto factory, a trip to
Venaria Reale and finally a trip to the Mirafiori Motor village. The event
was also attended by Chris Bangle, the design team leader for the Coupé
This video and music has all been created by Adam Miller
Fiat 500C convertible review - CarBuyer
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On first sight of the Fiat 500, you could be forgiven for thinking you had
stepped back in time... Fiat's recreation of its famous 1960s city car is
so faithful; you really can park the new and old models next to each other
and compare like for like. Following on from the massive success of the 500
hatchback, Fiat wasted no time in removing the roof to create the
diminutive 500C cabriolet. It's not a true convertible, though, as only the
centre section of the roof folds down, and the window frames on either side
remain in place. The range of small and cheap to run petrol and diesel
engines from the hatchback is carried over, and unsurprisingly the 500C
drives similarly to the hatchback, with light and easy controls. The same
cute, retro looks are a big part of the appeal, and a big selling point for