Fiat is at it again with a personalisation programme for the 500 Abarth. They have launched a new ‘Fuori Serie’ programme to debut at the fast approaching Paris Motor Show at the end of the month.
With the 'Fuori Serie' programme, customers personally consult Fiat to have their Abarth’s customized to the tiniest of details by Abarth designers, engineers and mechanics.
Adding on, Fiat cited that only the Fuori Series will get the 178bhp tuned powertrain and will feature the exclusive 695 brand.
To preview the specialization programme, Abarth has created two collections, one for liveries and exterior colours, and the other for special materials and trims like carbon finishes, personalised plates and JBL audio system.
The Fiat Abarth 695 on display will be finished in a livery inspired by the Fiat Abarth 131 Mirafiori "Olio Fiat" rally car of the late 1970s.
Besides the Blue/Yellow paint job, racing stripes and "Olio Fiat" markers, the display is also fitted with carbon fibre license plate holders, mirror caps and hood vents – which look pretty fake.
Well, if you could personalise your ride any way you want, how will it be?
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