Originally Posted by Arun
Abarth is more than what meets the eye! Its under the hood were Abarth shows its true magic. Rather than calling it an Abarth Punto, call it a modded Punto. Will save you little honor here and there.
I totally ditto what Arun said.
This is what makes a Punto an Abarth- ENGINE
4-cylinder, 4 valves per cylinder, 1368 cm3.
Power 165 hp (120 kW) at 5500 rpm.
Maximum torque of 250 Nm (25.5 kgm) at 2250 rpm.
Garrett GT1446 turbo supercharger with a fixed geometry.
Turning static digital electronic control.
Start & Stop system.
Digital indicator for changing gear (Gear Shift Indicator).
New electro-hydraulic systems management Multiair intake valves. TRANSMISSION
6-speed manual gearbox.
Manettino insertion sporty (n / s). SUSPENSION
MacPherson strut front suspension with anti-roll bar increased.
Rear suspension semi-independent pattern wheel axle torque. STEERING
Electrohydraulic servo. BRAKES
M4X40 Brembo front brake caliper.
Front ventilated disc brakes with 305mm diameter x 28mm.
Rear brake disc Ø 264mm x 11mm. ABS
Control system transfer torque (TTC - Torque Transfer Control). WHEELS
Alloy wheels 7 "X 17" ET 39, 5-spoke "claw" with inside painting.
215/45 R17 tires. ECOLOGY
Euro5 compliant with EEC-p5. CO2 EMISSIONS
142 g / km. CONSUMPTION
Combined (l/100km) 6.0.
Extra urban (l/100km) 4.8.
Urban (l/100km) 8.1. PERFORMANCE
Maximum speed: 213 km / h.
Acceleration: 0-100 km / (sec) 7.9. I guess its better to get a fresh Abarth than make one out of a normal Punto.
P.S: I hate to say this,but the thread title is a mockery. People open the thread with open jaws to see a Punto with make up. Heck I could call my Alto a "Suzuki Works Alto" if it was looks alone that mattered.
And I'm not trying to offend,but I was really disappointed with what I got to see.
Please be realistic.