With the approaching 75th anniversary of the brand, the Abarth car manufacturer is celebrating the 1.4 T-Jet engine.

The Abarth 595/695 is one of the longest running cars on the market. In its bowels, from the beginning, there is an excellent 1.4 T-Jet engine from Fiat, developed up to 180 hp depending on the version. With the 75th anniversary of the car company itself approaching, we are now presented with another special edition, aptly named 75 Anniversario, and only 1,368 units will be produced.

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The number of units produced is not a coincidence, it refers to the cubic capacity of the engine itself. There will of course be the more powerful version with the Garrett GT 1446 turbocharger, which produces 250 Nm of torque at 3,000 rpm. With this device, you can drive the car up to 225 km/h and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h takes 6.7 seconds.

Other equipment of the car includes Koni shock absorbers or the famous Record Monza exhaust. The special edition is also characterized by a unique sticker and gold wheels, but we have already seen something similar with the Scoriponeoro version. The wheels are 17 inches and you will find Brembo brakes below them. In the interior, there are some unique elements such as Alcantara on the dashboard or beautiful sports seats with yellow stitching.


Abarth is a brand that has become synonymous with performance, sportiness and tuning. The emblem of the car company is a scorpion, which represents the key characteristics of Abarth cars.

The company Abarth & C. was founded by Karl Abarth in 1949. Production initially focused on racing cars and tuning kits. The Abarth brand is now part of the Stellantis group.

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