The 2012 Paris Auto Show is still two weeks away, but we have already got information on almost every model that will be displayed at the show. For example, Abarth has announced the launch of a new customization program that will offer clients the opportunity to customize their car down to the smallest detail. The new "Fuori Serie" was inspired by the cars that have written the brand’s history, going from the Fiat 750 Record and 124 Sanremo all the way up to the X19 prototype. All of these cars have one thing in common: they are all record-breaking cars.

The 695 "Fuori Serie" to be displayed in Paris features a very cool "Olio Fiat" livery which appeared first on the Fiat 124 Abarth Rally at the 1976 Montecarlo Rally. Under the hood, Fiat has placed the 1.4 16v Turbo T-Jet which will deliver an impressive 180 HP. Each customer will have the possibility to choose between a range of colors and materials that are not offered in the standard product range. These will range from carbon fiber to sports fabrics, from leather to Alcantara, and from glossy to matte liveries.


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  (100) posted on 09.27.2012

It really looks like a toy car. At first I thought this car is suitable only for child.

  (20) posted on 09.26.2012

Cute car. The combination of colors I think is for children only.

  (57) posted on 09.24.2012

I think only those children will love this kind of design.

  (105) posted on 09.24.2012

Wow, adorable car!. I wonder what is the meaning of “Fouri Serie”.

  (780) posted on 09.20.2012

They offer customers such a good deal by allowing them to choose their preferred color. This is not something very common to other manufacturers.

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