the smallest and strongest of all sports cars
cubic capacity: 1.368 cm³
engine: 1.4L 4 cylinders turbo jet
power: ca. 200 HP
gearbox: dog ring gearbox
mileage: 34,200 km
initial registration: May 31st, 2016
varnish: performance grey matted
interior: Recaro titan/black
This special edition model “Abarth 695 Biposto” is the first Fiat 500 that can even stand up to big candidates by other manufacturers in regards to cubic capacity. It is without a doubt the smallest and most powerful sports car ever built. The approved-for-the-street vehicle with ex factory racing interior includes an upgrade turbo charger kit as well as a HJS 200 cells sport converter and runs on a custom-built Bilstein coilover suspension. These upgrades built in at Fiat increased the original purchase cost by 10,000 €. Additionally, our 695 Biposto exemplar remains the only one among all the specially produced units that features electric window regulators (no sliding windows) matte grey emblems, a matted grey hood and full carbon elements also painted matted grey ex factory. The original price was about 69,000 €
This Abarth is a sensation indeed, and with the dog ring racing gearbox and the mechanical limited slip differential it’s another proof of the impossible not only being achieved, but excelled. Every gear change feels three times as fast, and the driving experience while in “sports mode” changes remarkably!
On a scale from one to ten, we give this one a straight twelve!!!! Everything was done right here and there’s hardly any comparable vehicle that offers as much fun. You won’t get much closer to a true cup racing car, and it’s approved for street use to boot. Additionally it’s interesting to note that there were apparently only 99 exemplars in 2014, which were sold out immediately, and since then no more than two are made to order per year. (errors and omissions excepted!) Whoever has further information on this, please feel free to enlighten us.
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