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2011 Fiat Sport Car Abarth 500C Convertible

2011 Fiat Sport Car Abarth 500C Convertible

Fiat has unveiled the exciting new Abarth 500C Convertible, the new Abarth 500C will go on sale first in Italy and shortly after in the rest of Europe. The 2011 Fiat 500C Abarth comes with a new body and exterior expanded by an elegant two-tone color scheme. In addition to enhancing the aggressive appearance of the 500C, the spoiler effectively boosts CZ loading and creates a smoother air flow.

The roof slides down even as the pillars and structural roof line stays, offering a stronger chassis than a traditional gentle top. An progressive spoiler slides down with the smooth pinnacle. Power is at 140 hp which takes the car to 60 mph in 8.1 seconds.

A side from the male population looking for a relatively affordable cabrio with some punch, Fiat claims that the new open-topped car was also made to appeal to women customers "who seek design and elegance but also appreciate the performance of a true sports car."

The Abarth Fiat 500C is powered with the aid of a 1.4 16v Turbo T-Jet engine growing 140bhp which could take the small open pinnacle from 0 to sixty two mph in 8.1 seconds. The top velocity of the Abarth Fiat 500C is rated at 127mph. The car has an respectable fuel consumption of 43mpg.

In element, the engine is a 1368 cc four cylinder 16 valve unit (faster charged with a set geometry IHI RHF3-P turbocharger) that grants exhilarating overall performance. Top speed is 205 km/h at the same time as acceleration from 0 to a hundred km/h takes area in only 8.1 seconds. This is partly completed by means of the overboost function, activated by using the Sport button that modulates manipulate unit mapping and faster stress further to load on the steering wheel. Yet this typically Abarth performance comes with very frugal gas intake: 6.Five l/a hundred km over a blended cycle.

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