The Fiat Abarth 500 has been tuned by Romeo Ferraris making it road-legal.
Romeo Ferraris are set to unveil a 300hp road-going version of the Fiat Abarth 500 at this weekend's Autodromo Vallelunga Village Superstars event. Full details of the limited production Cinquone Stradale are as yet unknown, but we can reveal it'll be powered by a 1.4-liter turbo engine delivering 300hp, down from 360hp. Inspired by the track version, upgrades include a new front bumper with bigger air intakes, a modified rear section and a new exhaust boasting a metal catalytic converter.
The photos circulating the web also show that the wide body kit features blistered wheel arches, a rear diffuser with centrally-mounted tail pipes, a small roof spoiler and a new set of wheels. The interior is befitting of a racing-inspired vehicle, with leather and alcantara surfaces, carbon-fiber trims, a racing-spec roll cage and a pair of bucket seats up front. Further information is set to be released over the coming weeks.