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Pogea Racing Fiat 500 - beefed up Ferrari version: poisonous small car with 265 hp

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Pogea Racing Fiat 500 - spiced up Ferrari version
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U m Ferrari customers for the To be able to offer an appealing replacement vehicle at the time of the vehicle inspection, Fiat has issued the special version 'Ferrari Dealers Edition' limited to 200 vehicles exclusively for Ferrari dealers. The Fiat 500 Abarth is capable of producing 168 PS and 230 Nm as standard, but in the eyes of tuner Pogea Racing it is not yet lively enough.

Fiat 500: Up to 265 PS are possible

In order to give the 1.4-liter turbo four-cylinder up to 100 hp more, the bits and bytes in the engine control unit have been completely re-sorted. A stainless steel exhaust system and a new downpipe allow the engine to breathe more freely. On the inlet side, a new turbocharger ensures that the combustion chambers are adequately filled. A large charge air cooler lowers the temperature of the intake air. In addition, the injection was adjusted. In the first tuning stage, 235 PS and 335 Nm are achieved, the highest tuning stage provides 265 PS and 345 Nm.

In order to keep pace with the engine power on the deceleration side, the series brake was equipped with a four-piston System replaced.

Abarth racing parts for the optics

And because the eye is always there, Pogea Racing has also worked on the optics of the Fiat 500 Abarth. In order to really spice up the little Italian, customers can fall back on the original Fiat Abarth racing parts from the Assetto Corse range, which Pogea Racing makes approved. The bonnet has large carbon gills for better ventilation.

But even without special equipment, the Fiat 500 Abarth presents itself in the Ferrari look in the color Rosso Scuderia, with carbon fiber exterior mirrors, xenon headlights and newly designed Aprons front and back. The interior is enhanced by black leather sports seats, a leather sports steering wheel with red inlays and gearshift paddles, Ferrari-style instruments, aluminum door sills and pedals as well as a badge with a consecutive serial number. In addition, Pogea Racing offers numerous carbon fiber applications as well as leather work and chassis updates - just as the customer wants.

The prices for the conversion of a Fiat 500 Abarth at Pogea Racing start at 3,400 euros on the after Tuning scale open at the top.

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