Upgraded Abarth 595 With Two New Variants

The new models are dedicated to partnering with Yamaha and the iconic Autobianchi A112 Abarth Targa Oro.

Abarth has introduced two new variants of the 595 hot hatch. The 595 Monster Energy Yamaha marks five years of strategic partnership between the two brands, and the 595 Scorpioneoro recalls the history of the Autobianchi A112 Abarth Targa Oro.

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The two Abarth vehicles have the same technical filling. This is a 1.4-liter turbo V4 T-Jet that develops 165 hp and 230 Nm, and a standard five-speed manual gearbox or an optional semi-automatic transmission with steering lobes. The compact three-door model with a manual transmission accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 7.3 seconds. The differences between the two cars are in design, equipment, and color.

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The Abarth 595 Monster Energy Yamaha stands out in two-tone blue-black body in the style of the YZR-M1 Monster Energy Yamaha designed for the MotoGP championship (the car can also be ordered in black), the eponymous energy drink logo on the hood, and gray-painted door handles, mirrors, splitter and diffuser. Inside, there are sports seats with the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP logos, a zero-mark steering wheel, a palque indicating a limited edition (2,000 copies), and a Uconnect audio system with a 7-inch display and built-in software for collecting telemetry.

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Finally, the Monster has an active Record Monza exhaust system, rear Koni FSD shock absorbers, and reinforced brakes.

The Abarth 595 Scorpioneoro, like the 1979 Autobianchi A112 Abarth Targa Oro, is painted black with gold accents. It features mandatory attributes, such as golden wheels, a scorpion on the hood, a roof in the form of a checkered flag, leather-upholstered Scorpionflage chairs, a Scorpion Black dashboard with matte details, a golden plaque on the central tunnel, as well as a 480-watt BeatsAudio system with 8 speakers. In addition, each 595 Scorpioneoro comes with a limited-edition Breil chronograph with a scorpion on the dial.

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Last fall, Abarth released a collector's edition of the 695 called the 70°Anniversario. The three-door model is an upgraded modification of the Fiat 500 and differs in body color, as well as a spoiler with mechanical adjustment, as on racing cars. It has 12 positions that allow you to change the slope from zero to 60 degrees. The claimed 200-km/h aerodynamic load on the rear axle in the highest position is 42 kg.

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