In mid-November, the Abarth F595 began to be marketed in Spain., an urbanite with a dynamic character that these days can already be found in dealerships. It is one of the few cars with a certain character that survives the electrified fashion.
Under the hood the Abarth F595 hides a block 1.4-liter turbo engine that develops 165 HP of power. It is combined with a five-speed manual transmission, although it is possible to add a robotic box with the same number of relationships if desired.
According to the Italian manufacturer this model reaches 218 km / h of maximum speed and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 7.3 seconds while the average consumption remains at 6.7 L / 100, with emissions of 153 g / km of CO2. It has the environmental label C.
The standard safety equipment of these versions includes daytime running lights by LEDs, fog lights, TTC traction control, hill start assistant, ISOFIX anchors and little else. It is therefore a car “from another era” that is surprising due to the lack of aid. In current models it is normal to find the lane alert, pre-collision warning, signal reader or adaptive cruise control (here there is not even the normal one).
Other items of equipment are the air conditioning, sports seats, trip computer, 17-inch alloy wheels, Koni rear suspension, TFT instrumentation, Record Monza exhaust, aluminum pedals, specific decoration, UConnect system with 7-inch screen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, DAB radio, etc.
The recommended price of the new Abarth F595 has been set at € 25,600 for the version with manual transmission, and at € 27,550 for the variant with robotic box. If you take advantage of the current offers, it is possible to buy one of these toys from € 20,200.