N it is precisely this fixed roof that the 124 GT offers various exclusive equipment details. The model rolls on 17-inch OT Utra alloy wheels, which are three kilograms lighter than the standard wheels and give the roadster a sporty appearance.
Abarth 124 GT has a 16-kilo roof
Abarth has also given the 124 GT mirror caps in a special 'gun gray', which are designed to match the front apron and roof. The 124 GT also has an engine hood that is partially painted matt black. As with the classic Abarth 124 Rally, it should protect the driver from sun glare. In addition, the customer can order the 124 GT with a carbon rear spoiler, the mirror caps are also available in carbon or red.
According to the manufacturer, the hard top weighs 16 kilograms, is supposed to contribute to the rigidity of the body and offers a large, electrically heated rear window. Like the Abarth 124 Spider Turismo, the GT is also powered by the 170 hp petrol engine. The four-cylinder engine delivers 250 Nm of torque and, like the roadster, accelerates from zero to 100 km /h in 6.8 seconds. A six-speed manual transmission or, optionally, a six-speed automatic transmission is responsible for the traction. The Abarth 124 Spider Turismo costs from 37,500 euros in Germany and should definitely crack the 40,000 euros mark with the carbon roof as a GT.
By the way, the identical Mazda MX-5 is included as the MX-5 RF an electric roof element on offer.