Abarth is ready to present its revised 595 range which among others brings an additional five horsepower for select versions.

For the 595 and 595 Turismo, the turbocharged 1.4-liter engine has been massaged to deliver an extra five hp (3.7 kW), so now you get 145 hp (108 kW) in the former and 165 hp (123 kW) in the latter. There aren’t any changes as far as torque is concerned which means the 595 continues to offer 152 pound-feet (206 newton meters) whereas the beefier 595 Turismo puts out 170 lb-ft (230 Nm). If you need more power, the 595 Competizione soldiers on with 180 hp (132 kW) and 185 lb-ft (250 Nm).

Being based on the facelifted Fiat 500 series, it should not come as a surprise the 595 trio shares the same visual updates. LED daytime running lights are standard and at an additional cost buyers can order optional xenon headlights. Abarth has created new 17-inch Granturismo alloy wheels which are not only seven percent lighter than before, but their ventilating surface has increased by more than half.

The facelifted 595 will be available in no less than 15 colors, including Modena Yellow which up until now was available only on the hardcore 190-hp 695 Biposto Record. There’s also a new Abarth Red pastel paint, a fresh three-layer Iridato White, along with three color combos: Scorpione Black/Podio Blue, Scorpione Black/Record Grey and Pista Grey/Abarth Red. Three customization packs are also available which bring body inserts and side stickers in various colors.

Stepping inside, all three 595 models get a new upholstery and an optional carbon dashboard fascia sourced from the 695 Biposto. Abarth has also installed a new sports instrument panel and the latest-gen five-inch Uconnect which can be swapped for the optional seven-inch setup. Aside from packing a bigger display, the upgraded Uconnect also has support for CarPlay and Android Auto. The models will also be offered with a 480-watt, seven-speaker BeatsAudio system featuring a subwoofer mounted in the spare wheel compartment.

Abarth will start selling the 595, 595 Turismo, and 595 Competizione from June in Europe, Middle East, and Africa.

Further details can be found by hitting the press release button after the pics.

Source: Abarth

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