FIAT Abarth 500 Electric Hatchback  

An Abarth 500 EV is expected to be built, featuring a more impressive powertrain and sportier components than the electric Fiat 500e. It is possible that it will be communicated in a year's time. According to Abarth CEO Olivier Francois, the electric Abarth will also have improved suspension and braking characteristics, which would require equipment adjustments as contrasted to its standard zero-emissions relative. He also said that it is still in the works and that final testing is taking place.

Expected Features

While the basic Fiat 500e focuses on being small and eco-friendly, its appearance isn't very impressive. The Abarth is expected to finish the race in 7.0 seconds with a top speed of 160 km/h, compared to a pitiful 0-100 km/h run time of 9.0 seconds with a top speed of 150 km/h.

Any Abarth variant should surpass its competitors. If previous Abarth-tuned 500s are any indication, frame and streamlining adjustments will be made as well.

Other, more recent Abarth models will also be available. Fiat and Abarth CEO Olivier Francois anticipates one to three Abarth models to be exhibited at any one time.

A future Abarth might be a corporate adaption of the 2020 Fiat Abarth 1000 SP concept. There was a rumor that the concept, which is based on the now-outdated Alfa Romeo 4C Spider and pays homage to the legendary Fiat Abarth 1000 SP fast car from the 1960s, would only be sold in small numbers.

Francois pointed to a lot more than a tweaked electric motor. According to the CEO of the company, providing a lively electric experience necessitates modifying the suspension and brakes to suit the new, more powerful EV engine. This probably means that the standard zero-emission Fiat 500 has extra equipment that is meant to warm people rather than the environment.

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