Abarth 500 Bi-Colore Edition is now on sale!

A new limited edition version of the ever popular Abarth 500 went on sale earlier this week – the Abarth 500 Bi-Colore Edition.

Only 50 of these unique models will be produced so owning one will put you in some prestigious company. Covered in a Scorpione two-toned Black over a Record Grey paint finish this limited edition 500 model has been given an extra sporty makeover. 17-inch 10-spoke diamond finished alloy wheels, fog lights, rear privacy glass and satin steel rear twin exhausts complete the updated look.

The interior has also seen several upgrades including Abarth sports seats with a natural leather trim, leather steering wheel, climate control, a six speaker CD system with MP3 and Bluetooth compatibility and Blue&Me hands free system are all standard on the Bi-Colore Edition.

The base model for this limited edition 500 is the 500 Custom, meaning that the Bi-Colore will be powered by a 1.4 Turbo T-Jet 16V engine mated with a five-speed manual gearbox. The powerful engine will generate 135HP of power with a maximum 206Nm of torque at 3000rpm. This all means that the Abarth 500 Bi-Colore has a 0-62mph time of just 7.9 seconds and a top speed of 127mph – all while returning up to 47.1mpg fuel economy on the Combined Cycle!

“The Bi-Colore colours across the Abarth range have already proved popular with our customers, and this exclusive Black over Grey edition is a particularly good example of how striking the cars can look,” says Gerry Southerington, Head of Brand, Abarth UK.

“So with just 50 available in the UK, anyone looking for something special, with top quality equipment included as standard, should move quickly to secure this latest Abarth Bi-Colore.”

The Limited Edition Abarth 500 Bi-Colore is priced from just £15,990 OTR, and with only 50 units available in the UK, prospective buyers will need to act fast to avoid disappointment.

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