The Abarth 695 Tributo Maserati Looks Amazing
The engineers and designers from Fiat have made some sort of tradition from honoring other car brands from the company with special edition models. Such an example was the Abarth 695 Tributo Ferrari. Their latest work of art now is the Abarth 695 Tributo Maserati, a special edition that is going to be showcased at the Geneva Motor Show.
The Abarth 695 Tributo Maserati will be featuring a 1.4 Turbo T-Jet 16-valve engine that delivers 180 HP (132 kW), getting the power to the wheels via an electronically-operated manual Abarth Competizione transmission with paddle-shifters. The exhaust is pretty much advanced, consisting of a “Record Monza” variable back-pressure “dual-mode” volume control system with hexagonal shaped tips, which is currently met at Maserati’s offsprings.
The suspension received new additions – 17-inch alloy wheels, “Neptun” model, also designed by Maserati. The brakes are very much important, thus the Brembo discs and calipers should make easy work of stopping this car, along with state-of-the-art shock absorbers.
On the outside, the bug features a 3-stage paintjob, colored in different nuances of Pontevecchio Bordeaux, plus Xenon headlights and electric soft top.
The interior boasts upholstered seats in sand beige Poltrona Frau Leather, the number 695 being imprinted on the headrest. The steering wheel is covered in black leather with tri-color inserts. The instrument panel bears the name of Jaeger LeCoultre, while the gearbox trim and dashboard sport matt-finish carbon look plus the 695 logo.
In a sporty way, the pedals are made of aluminum, plus the car also features a plaque with the car’s series number, carbon fiber kick plate designed with car’s name specific graphics and sill plates.
The car comes together with the Tramontano Tribute to Abarth Travel Pack, fact already become a custom, consisting of two grey leather travel bags. Although the car’s just a bug, it packs quite a punch.