CUSTOMISE IT YOUR WAY

1.4 Turbo MultiAir Engine
Drive mode selector
38.5 cm centre of gravity
Anti-glareRacing Livery
COORDINATED DAM AND MIRROR CAPS
Alcantara® Racing Interiors
BREMBObraking system
Abarth Record MonzaExhaust
SPORTY COCKPIT
  • Performance
  • Craftsmanship
  • Technical upgrades

POWER

ENGINE

Engine type, engine size, cylinders, valves 

1.4 Turbo MultiAir 170 HP, 4 in-line cylinders, 4 valves per cylinder

 

Maximum Power

170 hp (125kW) @ 5500 rpm

 

Maximum torque

250 Nm @ 2500 rpm (SPORT MODE)

 

Turbo

Garrett Turbo

 

TRANSMISSION, EXHAUST, AIR FILTERS

Transmission

6 speed manual transmission

Automatic with 6-speed steering wheel selectors

 

Exhaust pipe

Record Monza, 4 Tailpipe, Dual Mode Exhaust

 

Abarth D.A.M.

Mechanical limited slip differential

 

CONTROL

SUSPENSION

Front: High quadrilateral with enlarged anti-roll bar  

Rear: 5-point multi-link with enlarged anti-roll bar

SHOCK ABSORBERS

Abarth shock absorbers by Blistein and specifically calibrated springs

BRAKES

Front: Floating caliper with Ø 280 mm disc

Rear: Floating caliper with Ø 280 mm disc

WHEELS

17" alloy racing wheels with 205/40 R17 W84 tyres

Performance

PERFORMANCE

Empty weight

1060 (1080)'

 

Maximum speed km/h

232 (229)'

 

Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h

6.8" (6.9)'

 

Weight to Power Ratio

6.2 kg/PS (6.3)'

 

Urban consumption (l/100 km)

8.5 (9.1)'

 

Extra-urban consumption (l/100 km)

5.1 (5.2)'

 

Combined consumption (l/100 km)

6.4 (6.6)'

 

CO2 Emissions (G/km)

148 (153)'

 

Environmental Classification 

Euro 6

 

' Values for the automatic transmission version 

The Abarth spider
is back

A legend in terms of performance.

In 1972, the Officine Abarth created the first Abarth 124. Today, the Abarth 124 spider Turismo is born, an authentic roadster with all the character of the Scorpion.

ABARTH 124 RALLY

BACK TO ITS ORIGINS

A glorious past, a new chapter to write.

Abarth 124 rally is back on the roads to retake the place it deserves.

The story continues with the ambition to compete for increasingly important successes and great victories.

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