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As Abarth approaches its 75th anniversary, enthusiasts worldwide eagerly anticipate the celebration of this significant milestone for the iconic Scorpion brand. This commemoration invites enthusiasts to delve into the illustrious history of Abarth, a journey marked by records, victories, and a relentless pursuit of innovation. In homage to its rich heritage, Abarth introduces the exclusive Abarth 695 75 Anniversario edition, a testament to the brand's racing spirit and unwavering commitment to pushing boundaries. Limited to just 1,368 units, a symbolic nod to its renowned 1.4 T-Jet engine that has a capacity of 1,368cc, this model packs a punch with a Garrett GT 1446 turbocharger, delivering 134 kW with a decent  250 Nm of torque. The diminutive Italian hatchback boasts a top speed of 225 km/h and can accelerate from s standstill to 100 km/h in a pretty decent 6.7 seconds. The Abarth 695 75 Anniversario promises an exhilarating driving experience, and that power-to-weight with a brilliant suspension means you can chuck it around like a red-headed stepchild. The rather striking exterior features a large golden scorpion covering the entire roof against a sleek black livery, complemented by gold Abarth logos, 17-inch gold alloy wheels, and eye-catching 75 Anniversario decals that all combine to give the little fun car a distinctive presence on the road. Inside the cabin that offers up more space than you’d expect, the ambience exudes luxury and sportiness, with a high-quality black Alcantara dashboard, Sabelt-specific carbon seats, and state-of-the-art technology, including a 7” Radio DAB, a 7” TFT digital display, and Carplay & Android Auto connectivity. With meticulous attention to detail and a nod to its racing legacy, the Abarth 695 75 Anniversario is a really cool tribute to the company’s 75 years of automotive excellence.

The legacy of Abarth traces back to March 31, 1949, when Carlo Abarth and Guido Scagliarini founded Abarth & C., igniting a legacy of style and performance that continues to captivate enthusiasts worldwide. From its debut with the Fiat 1100-derived 204 A to the recent launch of the electrifying New Abarth 600e, Abarth's journey has been defined by a relentless pursuit of excellence and innovation. Throughout its storied history, Abarth has amassed an impressive array of records and accolades, with highlights including the Fiat-Abarth 595, the brand's debut on the new Fiat 500 platform in 1963, and a decade marked by 10 world records, 133 international awards, and over 10,000 track victories. As the brand evolved under the Fiat Group's ownership, Abarth continued to push the boundaries of performance and style with iconic models such as the Fiat 124 Abarth, the 131 Abarth, and the Ritmo Abarth. In 2008, Abarth embarked on a new chapter dedicated to motorsports enthusiasts, introducing a lineup of exhilarating models designed to thrill on and off the track. Today, Abarth's global expansion and strategic partnerships underscore its commitment to delivering excitement and innovation to enthusiasts worldwide, with the debut of the New Abarth 600e poised to redefine performance for a new generation of enthusiasts. As Abarth celebrates 75 years of automotive excellence, the legend of the Scorpion brand continues to inspire enthusiasts with its blend of style, performance, and innovation.

Take a look at the YouTube video that shows off the latest compact turbocharged hatchback from Fiat that wears the iconic Abarth scorpion badge. This great-looking car offers brilliant power-to-weight and cracking performance, but only 1,368 of them will be made available - a nod to the brand's 1,368 cc T-Jet powerplant: Abarth 75 Anniversario | CWMedia

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