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1.4L Turbo T-Jet 180 HP

This special edition inspired by a great legend has all the traditional Abarth power. Under the bonnet of this 695 is an unleashed 1.4 16V T-jet 180 HP engine which, in synergy with the Garrett turbine, delivers a top speed of 225 km/h of speed, acceleration 0-100 in only 6,7” and 250 Nm at 3000 g/m of maximum torque.

The ultimate expression of sound.

The unmistakable Abarth sound finds a new, even more exciting, release. The special edition 695 Tributo 131 Rally mounts the exclusive Record Monza Sovrapposto exhaust that adds even more grit to the powerful of sound.

Dominate the asphalt

When you're on the track, to experience the apex of every emotion, or when you're on the road, to increase the sensitivity and overall driving safety, the Koni suspension is an essential element for every Abarthista who knows what they want to get from their car.

A reminder of history

The new Abarth 695 Tributo 131 Rally features a new Blue Rally livery Blue with black insert. It’s a tribute to one of the most famous liveries that characterized the glorious history of the 131 Rally.

Unprecedented design

The new Abarth 695 Tributo 131 Rally brings a new design concept of the two-tone livery. The new high cut divides the two colours of the livery at the height of the upright, creating a sharper contrast and even grittier look.

The style of black

Maximum sportiness and a perfect expression of style. The livery of the new Abarth 695 Tributo 131 Rally features the contrasting body kit, with wheel arches, side skirts, roof, spoiler and all-black stickers.

Aerodynamics at the highest level

Use air flow to evolve your performance. The new Abarth 695 Tributo 131 Rally is equipped with a unique adjustable rear spoiler that allows you to modulate the aerodynamics of the vehicle. Obviously Scoprion black.

From the track to the everyday streets

On board the new Abarth 695 Tributo 131 Rally you can experience the ultimate racing feeling. The Sabelt seats, thanks to the blue inserts and the stitching on the headrests, recall the design of the historic 131 rally and stand out for their extraordinary lightness and unique lateral grip, which give the driver excellent containment.

A style like no other

A special edition that leaves no detail to chance, highlighting the combination of sportiness and charm. The new Abarth 695 Tributo 131 Rally features the exclusive 17” black diamond wheels with a distinctive racing inspired geometry.

Technical details



Engine type, displacement, cylinders, T-JET valves, 1368 cm³, in-lin 4-cylinder, 4 valves per cylinder

Maximum power 180 HP (132 kW) @ 5500 g/m

Maximum torque 250 Nm at 3000 rpm

Turbo Garret GT 1446


TRANSMISSION 5-speed manual / 5-speed automatic sequential gearbox

Exhaust tube Record Monza Exhaust

Filter High-performance BMC filter



Front: McPherson with stabilizer bar

Rear: Torsion axle with anti-roll bar


Lowered sporty


Front: KONI with Frequency Selective damping (FSD) valve

Rear: KONI with Frequency Selective damping (FSD) valve


Front: Perforated self-ventilating discs, Ø 305 x 28, Brembo aluminum brake calipers

Rear: Perforated discs Ø 240 x 11


17” alloy wheels with 205/40 tire


250A/50 Ah battery



Maximum speed 225 km/h

Acceleration 0-100 km/h 6,7 sec. (6,9 sec. automatic sequential gearbox)

Power weight ratio 5,8 kg/HP

Mixed WLTP consumption (l/100 km) 6,8 (6,7 with automatic transmission)

Mixed WLTP CO₂ emissions (g/km) 155 (153 with automatic transmission)

Ecological rating 6D-Final

131 Abarth, the story of a champion.

131 Abarth, the story of a champion.

In 1982 the legendary Fiat 131 Abarth Rally ran its last race closing one of the most winning chapters in the history of the Scorpion. Born in the mid 70's with the aim of creating a winning car based on a family sedan, the Fiat 131 Abarth Rally hid under the form of an unsuspecting notchback car with unique power and a winning DNA. At the turn of the 80's, the 131 Abarth dominate the world scene. 18 victories, five triplets and two doubles and three Constructors' World Championships - in 1977, '78 and '80 - and two Drivers World Championship, with Alén in 1978 and Röhrl in 1980.