Abarth 500RS Turbo'72 96 bhp, 139 Nm, 541 kg Clickable for full size Parts to buy: Racing Exhaust Racing Brakes Brake Balance Controller Turbo Kit Stage 2 Port Polishing Engine Balancing Displacement Increase Racing Chip FC Transmission Triple-plate Clutch Racing Flywheel FC LSD FC Suspension N3 Tyres Weight Reduction Stage 3 Oil Change New Wheels (optional) Suspension Spring Rate: 2.0 / 3.5 Ride Height: 110 / 110 Bound: 2 / 3 Rebound: 3 / 4 Camber: 2.0 / 1.0 Toe: 1 / -2 Stabilizers: 2 / 4 Brake Controller Brakes: 4 / 7 Transmission Note: First, reset the gearbox to the default settings, then set the Auto setting, and only then set the gear ratios. Gear Ratios 1st: 1.856 2nd: 1.282 3rd: 0.941 4th: 0.729 5th: 0.570 Final Gear: 5.000 Autoset 10 LSD Initial: 20 Acceleration: 20 Deceleration: 7 Driving Aids ASM Oversteer: 0 ASM Understeer: 0 TCS: 0 If you think that 240bhp out of 2 litres is a good achievement, how about 96bhp out of 599 ccm, and that's from an Italian automotive classic? You heard right. With MFT's experts leading the work, Fabricia Italiana automobilo Torino relaunches the Abarth, and just for that, they have purchased and completely rebuilt x amount of Fiat 500R's, hoping to pull more attention to their brand new baby 500. The chassis has been lightened and reinforced, and the engine has been completely built from racing parts and even the suspension has been modernized. As a result, this tiny little citycar sports an insane 160bhp per litre of displacement, thanks for a tiny yet able turbocharger. Sounds like a proper pocket rocket, right? Well.. it isn't. This car is meant to be extremely entertaining in the corners, not on straights. It does reach speeds beyond 170km/h (100mph+), but that's irrelevant in a car that can go sideways even when you're going considerably slower, and you're still in control. This car lives for twisty back roads, not for straight autobahns. Have fun, enjoy of the sunshine and look the road through the side window!