2022 Abarth 695
Turismo and Competizione packages are part of the 2022 lineupby Alina Moore, on LISTEN 02:45
Just a few weeks before its 73rd anniversary, Abarth unveiled its new 595 range - a model lineup that pays tribute to its founder Carlo Abarth (1908 - 1979). The most powerful version of the lineup is the Abarth 695, a model that for the 2022 mode year will be offered in the "695 Turismo Pack" and "695 Competizione Pack" versions.
2022 Abarth 695
What makes the Abarth 695 special?
The 2022 Abarth 695 is powered by a 1.4 T-jet engine that delivers a total of 180 horsepower and 183 pound-feet of torque. It goes from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 6.7 seconds and can hit a top speed of 225 km/h (140 mph). When viewed from the back, you will also notice the 695 is equipped with the famous Record Monza exhaust system.
|0 to 62 mph||6.7 seconds|
|Top Speed||140 mph|
The tiny sports car rides on special 17-inch alloy wheels combined with a powerful braking system which features red, front four-piston Brembo calipers, and 305 mm front and 240 mm rear ventilated discs.
When compared to the less powerful 595, the 2022 695 also features a sportier interior. It will be offered with Alcantara-upholstered cockpit, a special steering wheels wrapped in a combination of Alcantara and carbon fiber, and an aluminum gear knob.
What defines the 695 Turismo pack?
The new Turismo pack will be offered for both, the 695 hatchback and convertible models. It will include leather seats offered in black or brown color, an Alcantara-upholstered dashboard, and a sunroof. Special 17-inch alloy wheels and the "695 Turismo" badge is also part of the package.
How about the 695 Competizione pack?
As the name suggests, the new Competizione pack is all about exclusivity, performance, and racing spirit. First of all, the standard exhaust system is replaced by a Record Monza Sovrapposto setup. Then, on the interior, you will get Sabelt seats with red stitching and carbon shell. Customers can also choose between a mechanical limited slip differential or a Abarth robotized sequential gearbox with steering wheel paddles.