The electric Abarth 500e has become the fastest accelerating model Abarth has ever made. The Abarth 600e will likely unseat him. This is the most powerful road car the company has ever put on the road.
The Fiat 500e was the first electric car in which Abarth unleashed his skills. The larger Fiat 600e also can't escape the Abarth treatment. Stellantis Sports has not yet published all the pictures and information about the Abarth 600e, but it has released a first picture showing the entire car without camouflage stickers.
The Abarth 500e had already managed to differentiate itself from the original Fiat in terms of looks, but with this Abarth 600e, the Italians have taken a big step forward in terms of visuals alone. Of course, it's immediately clear that the Abarth 600e is a comprehensively overhauled Fiat, but the visual modifications are quite significant. For example, the Abarth 600e has a completely unique front bumper with large, partially enclosed panels interspersed with dramatically sloping lines. The 600e badge is missing between the upper grille and the hood. The brand name Abarth is written here in cow letters. Of course there is an Abarth shield on the front cover. On the front displays we see a hand split with a lightning bolt, of course a nod to the electric drive system and Abarth genes. More visual drama comes in the form of Abarth+ lettering at the bottom of the doors, striking 20-inch alloy wheels and a rear spoiler. Undoubtedly, there is a diffuser at the bottom of the buttocks. The Abarth 600e is clearly much closer to the asphalt than the regular Fiat 600e.
The Abarth 600e gets all-wheel drive and produces 240 horsepower. Those 240 electric horses instantly make it the most powerful road car the brand has ever put on the road. The hot-tempered Italian is also equipped with a mechanical limited-slip differential and undoubtedly gets stronger brakes than the milder-engined Fiat versions. There's no new model without a special introductory edition, so the Abarth 600e will get one too. It is called Scorpionissima and will be available in a limited edition of 1,949 pieces. This number indicates the year the Abarth was originally manufactured.
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