Performance and styling elements come courtesy of Novitec and Magneti Marelli.
The Vancouver tuning outfit SR Auto Group has taken a break from its supercar projects by revealing its latest creation based on the Abarth 500. On the Cinquecento's body a Leios matte black wrap was applied, followed by carbon-fiber mirror covers by Blacks and an Alumina Xenon HID system. A Novitec Challenge Corse suspension stiffens and lowers the ride, while the same company supplied a set of its 17-inch N10 alloys finished in brushed silver and gloss black.
Performance mods are limited to a Magenti Marelli engine controller and a remote power pedal as well as a Craven Speed short shifter kit. Rounding off the transformation, a refreshed interior boasts Recaro Sportster CS seats, carbon-fiber shift knob and e-brake handle by Magneti Marelli, and a new speedometer by Blacks.