The 2015 Fiat 695 Abarth Biposto made its debut at the 2014 Geneva International Motor Show and it is the fastest and high-performance street legal production Abarth ever built to date (the first Fiat 695 Abarth was launched 50 years ago).
|Vehicle Type: Hatchback||Base Price: NA|
|Fuel Tank Capacity: 10.5 gals* (40 L)||Miles Per Gallon: 36 combined|
|Length: 144.4 in* (366.8 cm)||Wheel Base: 90.6 in* (230 cm)|
|Height: 58.7 in* (149.1 cm)||Width: 64.1 in* (162.8 cm)|
|Curb Weight: 2198 lbs (997 kg)||Ground Clearance: 4.1 in* (10.4 cm)|
|Luggage Capacity: 9.5 cu ft||Maximum Seating: 4 people|
|Engine: 1.4 T-Jet Inline 4||Horsepower: 190 HP|
|Torque: 185 lb-ft||Transmission: 5-Speed Manual|
|0-60 mph: 5.9 seconds||Maximum Speed: 143 mph (230 km/f)|
* 2014 Abarth Specs
The engine of the new Fiat 695 Abarth Biposto is a 1.4 T-Jet engine that has been brought, for the first time ever on a road-going minicar. It is capable of providing you 190 horsepower.
This car boasts the best weight-to-power ratio, 5.2 kg/HP, as well as the best acceleration in its "street legal" car category.
This Fiat supercar can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in only 5.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 143 mph.
The design of the 2015 695 Abarth Biposto is characterized by athletic and racing-inspired elements, which include the wheel arches, front and rear bumpers, spoiler and side skirts; these have been enhanced by cool carbon inserts designed by Zender.
The rear titanium roll bar is developed by Poggipolini. The color of the bodywork is Performance Grey, which is augmented to racing car perfection by titanium finishes for the door handles, tailgate, rear handle and front bonnet trim.
The bonnet, featuring two bumps is comprised of aluminum, while the post covers and mirror are made of carbon.
The interior complements the muscular, racing-oriented allure of the exterior and features a dashboard fascia carbon inserts, flat rear and front panels, handbrake and central tunnel cover.
The four-point seat belts created by Sabelt are attached to the titanium roll bar. The excellent combination between the high-performance of a racing car and the versatility of a road-going car is reflected in the interior design as well.
The upholstery on the two seats sporting the mark of Sabelt (there are no seats in the rear compartment) comprises titanium-colored leather that incorporates new finishes for a Fiat Abarth and match the steering wheel, as well as electro-welded Alcantara.
It epitomizes the fusion between road and racing cars. This car comes with three customization kits: the 124 Special Kit, Pista Kit and the Carbon Kit.