The Russian tuners at Total Race have decided to get their hands on a Fiat Coupe and fit it with the engine from a Mitsubishi 3000 GT which after a lot of tweaks and upgrades managed to develop a total output of 1.000 horsepower.
While European tuners are currently modifying new and powerful cars releasing visual and performance upgrade kits by the day, the Russians at Total Race are proving us once again that “oldies are goldies” and one of the most popular cars of the ‘90s, the Fiat Coupe, just got bigger and meaner.
Unfortunately we don’t have more details on the small Italian car with a Japanese heart eating its fuel besides the number of horsepower which is reaching 1.000 but the two videos below definitely make us want to give our car keys to them, “Pimp my ride” style.
As a reminder, the Fiat Coupe was made between 1993 and 2000 and the model was officially presented to the public at the 1993 Brussels Motor Show after its body was designed by Chris Bangle from Centro Stile Fiat and its interior was made by Pininfarina.
The popular car was powered back in 1993 by a 2.0 liter 16 valve engine in both turbo (190 PS) and naturally aspirated (139 PS) forms, while another 1.8 liter 16 valve unit with 130 PS was introduced in 1996.
You can watch the two videos below. Enjoy!