Abarth has announced the introduction of the 695 Biposto on the Australian continent.
According to the car manufacturer, the “pocket rocket” has landed in Australia and it is currently available for order starting from 65, 000 AUD, plus the on-road costs. For the money you can get four regular Fiat 500 vehicles, on which it has been based, but its exclusivity and enhancements are basically unrivalled.
The Abarth 695 Biposto is getting standard equipment which includes the oversized roof spoiler, the Grey Performance matte body color, the aluminum sport pedal kit, aluminum driver and passenger side floor lining, internal rear titanium 3-bar roll cage made by Poggipolini, racing front door panels, ventilation system with variable fan settings and heating function (no air conditioning), oval trumpet airbox by BMC, front intercooler with racing layout, leather and Alcantara sport seats, Brembo braking system, hydraulic shock absorbers, dual-stage exhaust system with twin titanium tailpipes by Akrapovic, side skirts with carbon fiber flaps, new body kit, rear bumper with carbon diffuser, front bumper with carbon spoiler, 18-inch alloy wheels with 215/35 tires by OZ and more.
The 124 Speciale kit costs 5,000 AUD and it is adding the titanium water / oil / fuel caps and the aluminum bonnet with specific design. The racing windows are bringing the lexan / polycarbonate sliding windows from 7,000 AUD and the Carbon kit, with its 9,000 AUD, is bringing the dashboard fascia, front panel, rear panel, side mirror cups and window trimmings made from the lightweight material. The Track kit is adding the aim racing dashboard, the specific Sabelt seats with carbon fiber shell and the four-point Sabelt seatbelt from 7,000 AUD. Last but not least, the Dog Ring kit costs 15,000 AUD and it is adding the ergal gearbox lever, the light flywheel & copper racing clutch, the specific dog-ring gearbox, carbon fiber handbrake cover with titanium handle and carbon fiber central tunnel console.