FIAT - Abarth Badge
Explaination and usages
Abarth

What does actually the Abarth badge mean on vehicles by FIAT?

Since 1949 vehicles with this badge have represented a fruitful cooperation between FIAT and its subsidiary Abarth & C. S.p.A. which was under their roof, as a special performance and sport department, from 1971 up until 2007 when it once more became a brand of its own, although fully owned and controlled by "Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A.".

Cars carrying the Abarth badge are pronouncedly sporty, their chassis often modified, as are the brakes and the suspension system. They are by definition powered by the most powerful engines available within the range. Abarth has also been in charge of preparing FIAT rally vehicles, as well as general performance improvement research within the brand's sports department.

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List of cars using this badge

Vehicles by FIAT

acceleration

6.8

seconds

consumption

6.4

l/100km

FIAT 124 Spider Abarth
S - Segment (Sports car)
produced from 2016. to -

acceleration

7.8

seconds

consumption

6.0

l/100km

FIAT 500 C Abart 595C
A - Segment (Micro car)
produced from 2016. to -

acceleration

7.8

seconds

consumption

6.0

l/100km

FIAT 500  Abarth 595
A - Segment (Micro car)
produced from 2016. to -

acceleration

7.9

seconds

consumption

6.5

l/100km

FIAT 500  Abarth
A - Segment (Micro car)
produced from 2007. to 2016.  

acceleration

7.9

seconds

consumption

6.5

l/100km

FIAT 500 C Abarth
A - Segment (Micro car)
produced from 2007. to 2016.  

acceleration

8.5

seconds

consumption

9.4

l/100km

FIAT Bravo  2.0 20V HGT
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 1999. to 2001.  

acceleration

7.5

seconds

consumption

7.3

l/100km

FIAT Grande Punto  Abarth Esseesse
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2005. to 2009.  

acceleration

8.2

seconds

consumption

6.9

l/100km

FIAT Grande Punto  Abarth 1.4 16V T-JET
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2005. to 2009.  

acceleration

8.6

seconds

consumption

8.3

l/100km

FIAT Punto  1.8 16v Abarth
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2003. to 2010.  

acceleration

9.6

seconds

consumption

5.3

l/100km

FIAT Punto  1.9 JTD Abarth
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2003. to 2010.  

acceleration

7.5

seconds

consumption

6.0

l/100km

FIAT Punto Evo  Abarth Esseesse
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2009. to 2012.  

acceleration

7.9

seconds

consumption

6.1

l/100km

FIAT Punto Evo  Abarth 1.4 16V MultiAir
B - Segment (City car)
produced from 2009. to 2012.  

acceleration

14.5

seconds

consumption

6.0

l/100km

FIAT Seicento  1.1 FIRE
A - Segment (Micro car)
produced from 1998. to 2010.  

acceleration

8.9

seconds

consumption

9.8

l/100km

FIAT Stilo  2.4 20v Emotion Selespeed
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2004. to 2007.  

acceleration

8.5

seconds

consumption

9.7

l/100km

FIAT Stilo  2.4 20v Emotion Selespeed
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2004. to 2007.  

acceleration

8.5

seconds

consumption

9.7

l/100km

FIAT Stilo  2.4 20v Abarth Selespeed
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2001. to 2004.  

acceleration

seconds

consumption

l/100km

FIAT Stilo Multi Wagon 2.4 20v Abarth Sele...
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2001. to 2004.  

acceleration

8.9

seconds

consumption

9.8

l/100km

FIAT Stilo  2.4 20v Abarth Selespeed
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2001. to 2004.  

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