At the Motor Show in Bologna 2011, Abarth unveiled a new family of cars based on the Fiat Abarth 500 model, called Abarth 595, a name that refers to the famous cars made by Abarth based on the Fiat 500s of the 1950s and 1960s.
Since 2013, the Fiat 595 has been available in two variants: Turismo and Competizione. They are customized and prepared in the workshop before delivery and are available with either a five-speed manual gearbox or a MTA automated gearbox with steering wheel-mounted controls. Both are equipped with the same Fiat 1.4 Turbo 16v T-Jet engine with a power increase to 160 hp. The declared maximum speed is 211 km/h and the acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h is 7.4 s (209 km/h and 7.6 s for models equipped with the MTA gearbox).
The 595 Competizione version differs from the Turismo mainly by the more aggressive design and by the standard fitted equipment that includes Sabelt front seats and four Monza Record exhaust pipes developed specifically by Magneti Marelli.
This model is a 2014 Fiat 595 Competizione with manual transmission in near new condition that we have just acquired as part of a PX on one of our classic cars