Abarth 695 Biposto is one expensive ride in Australia image

The Abarth 695 Biposto is now available for order in Australia where the small car will be setting you back for at least 65, 000 AUD, plus on-road costs.

Abarth is trying to stay competitive throughout the globe and the newest launch announced is the one of the 695 Biposto, in Australia. This is basically the road-going version of the Asseto Corse race car, which won in Bathurst, last year. The model in question has been priced for a staggering 65,000 AUD in the Pacific country and it is coming with the front-mounted intercooler, with the adjustable Extreme Shox shock absorbers, the dual-stage Akrapovic exhaust system, Brembo braking system, titanium roll bar made by Poggipollini and the 18-inch OZ Racing lightweight wheels, wrapped in 215/35 tires.

Other standard goodies also include the TTC (Torque Transfer Control), the ESP, the ABS and so on. The Special Kit 124 costs 5,000 AUD and it is adding the resistant and light materials such as the aluminum hood, titanium fuel, oil, water, wheel bolts and wheel center caps. The Track Kit costs 7,000 AUD and it is adding the four-point Sabelt racing harnesses, the racing seats with a carbon fiber shell, racing suit, gloves, helmet and shoes and so on. The Carbon Kit is the most expensive one, at 9,000 AUD, adding the carbon fiber in the cabin and on some exterior parts. Power is being provided by a 140 kW and 250 Nm 1.4 liter T-Jet engine, allowing it to reach 100 km/h in 5.9 seconds and a top speed of 230 km/h.