What will utterly surprise you is that under the tiny hood lies the same 1.4L turbo four-banger as on the regular Abarth 500. Of course, the tuner massage and squeezed every ounce of performance out of it, but who can say no to 331 horsepower on a vehicle as small as this?
Pricing? If you own an Abarth, it’ll be €12,500 ($13,560 at current rates)
And good golly, they blended functionality with highly sport visual goodies. Besides the flared wheel arches, redesigned bumpers and carbon fiber bits and bobs, we’re dealing with 313 mm brake discs and six-piston calipers at the front.
Of course, the interior wasn’t left untouched by Pogea Racing. Speaking of which, when was the last time you have seen diamond-shaped stitching on leather-wrapped bucket seats? As an added bonus, the street-legal pocket rocket is 71 kilos (156 lbs) lighter than a box standard Abarth 500.