Discover detailed information about the Abarth 595. They are the most radical Fiat 500s of the moment thanks to the sportsmanship stamp that Abarth prints on them. The scorpion sting forever changed the genuine character of the 'Cinquino' as early as the 1950s so when the brand returned in 2007, we had no doubt that its successor was going to suffer the same fate.
The scorpion brand offers this Abarth 595 with a single-engine, the inseparable 1.4 turbos, but with three power levels: 145, 165, and 180 horsepower. Regardless of which you choose, your car will have bulkier bumpers, 17-inch wheels, chrome, and up to 15 bold body colors available.
Inside, after restyling in 2016, the Abarth 595 offers remarkable quality finishes, carbon fiber inserts, and good upholstery for the seats or door panels. But without a doubt, the most interesting thing in this regard is the adoption of the new control panel and the UconnectTM multimedia system, which includes a 5 or 7-inch screen -the latter optional-, digital radio, browser, and full connectivity for any smartphone thanks to Apple CarPlay or Android Auto software.
On the go, with faster steering, and unceremoniously tough suspension especially on the Convertible and an engine as punchy as the 1.4 Turbo, the Abarth 595 is nowhere near the standard 500. In fact, it takes you to a different time, where the sports versions of a certain vehicle were like that, really radical.
1.4 16v T-Jet 145: Gasol. T 4 Cyl. 16V 145 CV
1.4 16v T-Jet 165: Gasol. T 4 Cyl. 16V 165 CV
1.4 16v T-Jet 180: Gasol. T 4 Cyl. 16V 180 CV
Available with any of the engines and trim levels of the original model, this convertible variant adds a sliding canvas roof with automatic operation and three positions, with which to enjoy a very genuine drive outdoors. In addition, it can be operated on the go and even at high speeds, an ally to make the most of good weather.