Tag: Abarth

Limited-Run Abarth 595 Scorpioneoro Coming To Australia Priced From AU$31,450

Abarth Australia has confirmed that 30 examples of the limited-run 595 Scorpioneoro are heading Down Under. Abarth unveiled the model 12 months ago as a homage to the 1979 A112 Abarth ‘Gold Ring,’ also known as the ‘Targa Oro.’ Global production of the car is limited to 2,000 units. Immediately making the 595 Scorpioneoro stand […]

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Stellantis’ New Slogans Really Suck, Can You Do Better?

Automotive supergroup, Stellantis, has announced it is spending over €30 billion ($36.6 bn) between now and 2025 on its electrification program. But what we want to know is how much of that humungous pile of cash was peed up the wall on the impossibly lame eco-themed catchphrases also revealed today for each of the company’s […]

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QOTD: Where Should Stellantis Shoehorn The Hellcat Into Next As A Farewell To V8s?

It seems that the automotive world has decided that there is a replacement for displacement and it’s kilowatts. Even Dodge, the world’s greatest lover of the cubic-inch, has admitted that electrification is becoming necessary. But as it phases out the V8, where should it put its most famous engine before the party ends? It’s not […]

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Can A 15-Year-Old Honda S2000 Keep Up With The Mazda MX-5 And The Fiat 124 Abarth Spider?

The thing that makes inexpensive roadsters a delight is the same thing that makes new ones a little difficult to sell. The basic roadster formula is so good and so well established that it may lead enthusiasts to ask if they really need to shell out the money for a new one when there are […]

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Abarth Made A One-Off 1000 SP Roadster Based On Alfa Romeo’s 4C

These days the Abarth name is relegated to signposting the performance versions of Fiat’s 500 and 124 Spider sports cars. But back in the 1950s and 1960s Abarth was ticking off race wins all over Europe with its combination of tuned Fiat, Alfa Romeo, and even Porsche power units, and lightweight hand formed body panels. […]

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