Abarth 695 Maserati Price


If you are willing to spend crossover kind of money on a little Fiat 500, Abarth just announced the new 695 Tributo Maserati which runs for £32000 apiece.

It’s not any old 500 though. It is rather special. The Abarth 695 Maserati Edition (Edizione Maserati) features exclusive style details and special technical features developed by Abarth engineers for Maserati. The 1.4 Turbo T-Jet 16v engine is linked to an electrically-operated manual Abarth Competizione gearbox with steering wheel controls, while performance tyres on 17-inch Maserati-inspired Neptune design alloy wheels also improve acceleration.

Just 499 of the 180bhp 1.4-litre turbocharged superminis will be produced, so it will be pretty unique too. Still, it’s a Fiat 500 at the end of the say!

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Abarth press release:

The car is finished in Pontevecchio Bordeaux – a colour from Maserati which is achieved with special three-layer paintwork to reflect light and accentuate its shine. The same paintwork is added to the door mirrors while the electrically controlled soft top is made of grey fabric.

Inside, the seats are upholstered in sand beige leather, with a 695 logo embossed on the headrests. The dashboard and gearbox trim are distinguished by a special matt-finish carbon lining, further enhanced with the 695 logo, while the door panels and rear panels undergo a special UV-LUX treatment, to give an elegant grey ‘flocking’ effect.

The black leather steering wheel is characterised by beige leather inserts and tricolour hub and houses the steering wheel gearbox controls, while the instrument panel has been specifically produced by the Jaeger brand. Other details include the aluminium pedal unit and sill plates, the carbon fibre kick plate with customised Abarth 695 Maserati Edition graphics, and a plate with the car’s series number from 1 to 499.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS – ABARTH 695 MASERATI EDITION

ENGINE 4 cylinder in line, 4 valves per cylinder, 1368cc
Power: 180bhp (132 kW) at 5500rpm
Maximum torque 250 Nm in sport mode at 3000rpm
Supercharged with Garrett 1446 turbo
TRANSMISSION Abarth Competizione gearbox with 5 speeds, C510 gearbox family with gear paddles on the steering wheel
SUSPENSION Front Abarth Koni shock absorbers with FSD valves
Rear Abarth Koni shock absorbers with FSD valves
Lowered ride
STEERING Electric power steering with sport mode
BRAKES Floating, perforated and self-ventilating front discs ø 305mm × 28mm
Ventilated rear discs ø 264mm × 22mm
TTC – Torque Transfer Control
WHEELS Neptune Design 7×17″ alloy wheels Tyres: 205/40 R17″
EMISSIONS Euro 5 EEC-F5 Standard
CO2 EMISSIONS 151 g/km
FUEL CONSUMPTION Urban consumption (mpg): 33.6
Combined consumption (mpg): 43.4
Extra-urban consumption (mpg): 52.3
PERFORMANCE Max speed >140mph.
Acceleration 0–62mph: <7 secs.

STANDARD EQUIPMENT

Special ‘Pontevecchio Bordeaux’ paint from Maserati
Xenon headlights
Titanium Grey soft top
Automatic climate control
Leather steering wheel with radio controls
Blue&Me TomTom satnav
Beige leather seats
Dashboard, fascia and gearbox trim in matt carbon
Door panels, console and tunnel in ‘Flocked’ UV-Lux
Dual mode exhaust with Maserati-inspired design
JBL hi-fi system
Bag set by Tramontano

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