The first photos of Romeo Ferraris Cinquone Stradale hit the web on Saturday giving us a taste of the limited production model.
We're still waiting for the Italians to share the full details but in a previous email, Romeo Ferraris told us that its over-the-top Fiat 500 Abarth will be an "extreme" street-legal version of its racing model powered by a highly modified 1.4-liter turbo engine delivering 300-horsepower.
The photos reveal that the car gets a wide body kit with blistered wheel arches and massive hood air vents, a rear diffuser with centrally mounted tail pipes, a surprisingly small roof spoiler and new wheels.
The interior is clearly inspired from the world of racing mixing leather and alcantara surfaces with carbon-fibre trim, while the Italian mini also loses the rear seat bench and gains a pair of bucket seats up front and a racing-spec roll cage.
Story References: Romeo Ferraris via Autoblog.nl