2022 Abarth 695

Turismo and Competizione packages are part of the 2022 lineup

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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.

What makes the Abarth 695 special?

2022 Abarth 695 Exterior
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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.

2022 Abart 695 specifications
Engine 1.4 T-jet
Power 180 HP
Torque 183 LB-FT
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.

2022 Abarth 695 Exterior
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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?

2022 Abarth 695 Exterior
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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?

2022 Abarth 695 Exterior
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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.

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