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The Abarth 695 Biposto Record celebrates the historic acceleration records set by Carlo Abarth in 1965. Abarth set a new quarter mile record of 13.62 seconds in a Fiat Abarth '1000 Monoposto Record' Class G at Monza. Only 133 Biposto Record models will be produced; the number being set by the all of Carlo’s 133 records. This limited edition 695 is based on the fiery standard 695 Biposto. The Biposto Record gets unique Modena Yellow paintwork with Tar Cold Grey trim, and ‘695 Record’ badges on the flanks and interior, to celebrate its heritage. Powering the Biposto Record is the Abarth-familiar 1.4 T-JET engine, which on this model kicks out 190bhp and 250Nm of torque. State-of-the-art suspension upgrades, carbon fibre drive and body details, a stripped interior and a fiery, Akraprovic exhaust all feature, to set the tone for what is a magnificent drive. Get yours before it’s too late.
695 Biposto Record Features
Only 133 models will be made. The Abarth 695 Biposto Record celebrates the 133 records set by Carlo Abarth. When they are gone they are gone; and you can expect residual values to increase over time, too.
The Abarth 695 Biposto Record’s 1.4-litre T-JET engine has a big Garret GT 1446 turbo. It produces 190bhp and 250Nm of torque, and absolutely loves to rev, with turbo whooshes galore. It makes a substantial 139bhp per litre.
The Abarth 695 Biposto Record is only available in one colour - Modena Yellow. Modena Yellow matches the colour of the yellow side of Abarth’s trademark Scorpion badge, and it sets off the Biposto Record beautifully.
Walking the walk
The Abarth 695 Biposto doesn’t just talk the talk. With its wide arches, 18” Oz alloys, red Brembo brakes, carbon fibre bumpers, chunky diffuser and gorgeous paintwork, it looks as good around the city as it does on the track.
Stripped out racer
The Abarth Biposto and the Biposto Racer have a dry weight of just 997kg. The achieve this, Abarth has stripped out the rear cabin and installed polycarbonate side windows, to save several hundred kilograms.
Ready for the track
The Abarth 695 Biposto Record may be a limited and special edition Abarth, but it’s ready for the track, with a state-of-the-art suspension, limited slip differential, lightweight alloys and sticky tyres.
Another reason the Abarth Biposto is so light is because interior components, and several aspects of the car’s bumpers, have been replaced with carbon fibre. Not only does this save weight, but it looks incredibly too.
If you think the Abarth Turismo sounds good, wait until you hear the Abarth Biposto Record, with its Akraprovic exhaust. This exhaust cracks, bangs and pops, at all speeds, and makes the Abarth sound like a supercar.
For the trim levels, colours and more detailed info, download or order the 695 Biposto Record brochure
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