A video find with the one-off Fiat 2000 Abarth Scorpione revving its engine, during the automotive event at Lake Como, just had to be shared.
Abarth enthusiasts definitely know what the Fiat 2000 Abarth Scorpione is but petrol heads who have no clue on what this actually is will love it for sure thanks to its small sports car looks of the ‘70s. The model in question is being highlighted now, a lot of years after it has been officially introduced, this time with the help of a video, which is showing it revving its engine, during the 2014 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, at Lake Como, in Italy.
The model in question is a one-off car which sounds absolutely amazing. It has been designed and built back in 1969 by Pininfarina and it has been based on the Abarth 2000 Sport Spider SE. Power to the vehicle in question is being provided by a 2.0 liter DOHC petrol burner, which is producing a total output of 220 HP (164 kW), available at 8,700 rpm. The 670 kg (1,676 lbs) weighing model can reach a top speed of 275 km/h (170 mph), thanks to its low air resistance.