Abarth one of the auto changers under the Stellantis umbrella, had recently unveiled some information about its efforts on the very little beloved car, the Fiat 500. This car was on the production line for about 15 years. Now before Abarth turns to be a pure electric car maker, which happens by 2024, wants to show its new car off, the F595.
Fiat 500, the Italian urban car, as a beloved car, is a very good choice to do the changes on it. Abarth is still doing the modifications on this car, to get what there really want, that’s mean a zero-emission version of it. but now, this company is unveiling another version of the combustion-engine 500.
You can call it the F595, which is based on the Formula 4 technology. It has the four-cylinder 1.4-liter engine with turbocharger and also the compression ratio of 9:1. By this specification this racing car, has 165 hp of output and also has the peak torque of 230 Nm at 2,250 rpm. The standard gear box for this vehicle is a manual gearbox, but you can change it with a five-speed automatic transmission.
The Abarth F595 can speed up to 100km/h in 7.3 seconds just with three-pedal setup and a tenth of a second more with the sequential automatic, which comes with steering wheel shift paddles. And to reach 217 km/h it needs about 7.8 seconds more with the fifth gear.
Interested? Every customer can have the F595 in hatchback or convertible version. Both of them have the active exhaust system of Monza Sovrapposto with a pair of Lexus-esque stacked exhausts on each corner of the rear bumper. More interestingly, the exhaust incorporates with an active valve controllable using a button on dashboard. You can change the engines soundtrack.
The three-door car has a 17-inches wheels and the discs of front are 284-mm and the rear 240-mm. the car is offered with multiple colors with new Rally Blue accents throughout the exterior. And just any new car, inside the vehicle a seven-inch Uconnect infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration as standard equipment are available.
Costumers from UK can have this vehicle with £20,305 for the hatchback with the manual gearbox, and if the sequential transmission is demanded, a mount of £24,305 should be paid.