Italian tuning and race firm Romeo Ferraris has made a street-legal version of their Abarth 500 Cinquone Modigliani race car.
Italian tuning and race firm Romeo Ferraris has made a street legal version of their Abarth 500 Cinquone Modigliani race car.
Unveiled at Autodromo Vallelunga recently, the Cinquone Stradale maintains the same body appearance as the race car. It includes a new hood with large dual air scoops, front bumper with a large central air intake, integrated wide body fenders and skirts, and a rear bumper with central mounted exhaust and diffuser.
The engine which is the same Fiat 1.4-liter turbo four cylinder from the stock 500 has a new exhaust system with metal catalytic converter, remapped ECU and a bigger turbo that now delivers 300 PS - only 60 PS less than the race car.
Inside, the rear seat bench has been removed and replaced with a roll bar. The dash pad is covered in suede while carbon fiber race seats are draped with OMP 4-point seat harnesses.
The Cinquone Stradale weighs just over 1,000 kg (2,205 lbs) compared to the race car's 900 kg (1,984 lbs).
Further details and performance specs will be released in the coming weeks.