Despite its name, this supercar has nothing to do with the famous Italian tuner, Abarth. In fact, the Milan Abarth was built and designed by Carlo Abarth, a well-known Austrian citizen. The car made its first appearance at a small event in Monaco and will be making its world debut in February 2013.

The new supercar’s power will range from 600 to 1,100 horsepower and it will weigh only 900 kg (1,984 pounds). This monstrous power-to-weight ratio will allow the Milan Abarth to deliver incredible performance numbers — first details suggest a 0-to-60 mph time of less than 3 seconds.

The road-going Milan Abarth will be limited to only seven units, and another seven SS units, which we assume are not approved for road use, will also be offered. Price will start from €300,000 - around $389,000 at the current exchange rates.

Update 12/17/12: A new teaser video (above) of the Milan Abarth has been released by the automaker. The video shows off its sexy exterior and even allows us to have a listen at its beastly exhaust note.

Hit the jump for a short video of the new Milan Abarth.

  • 2014 Milan Abarth
  • Year:
    2014
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    600
  • 0-60 time:
    3 sec.
  • Price:
    € 300000
  • car segment:
  • body style:

Source: Unica Strada

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21 comments:

  (1) posted on 05.28.2014

"Despite its name, this supercar has nothing to do with the famous Italian tuner, Abarth . In fact, the Milan Abarth was built and designed by Carlo Abarth, a well-known Austrian citizen."

Except for that: Carlo Abarth founded the Italian tuner you are talking about, and then sold it to Fiat. So he has quite a lot to do with it. Research, ladies!

  (346) posted on 12.3.2012

That was incredibly mischievoussmiley

  (377) posted on 12.3.2012

maybe it’s designed in order to be afforded by wealthy children from their pocket money

  (341) posted on 12.3.2012

I think that they want this car to be exclusive, but not too exclusive...

  (397) posted on 12.3.2012

I can not believe the price that I see. And will be only 7 copies?!

  (377) posted on 12.3.2012

oh! Why is this? a new batmobile?

  (349) posted on 12.3.2012

myeah...and they don’t seem to have much fun smiley

  (341) posted on 12.3.2012

the movie was more to see how people entertains in Monaco...

  (346) posted on 12.3.2012

aaaa ... seriously?! What kind of movie is this?

  (305) posted on 11.26.2012

only seven road units and only 389.000$? that is not a high price for such exclusivity!

  (302) posted on 11.26.2012

the 1100 HP version might even beat the 918 porsche, and that is one amazing car!

  (312) posted on 11.26.2012

the power-to-weight ratio of this car is amazing. it beats the veyron, and that is something.

  (305) posted on 11.26.2012

i am curious about the top speed of this car.

  (509) posted on 11.26.2012

now i just looked at the interior of the car. or what’s left of it. i guess they wanted to reduce every ounce possible, so the interior is rather missing. but hey, 900 Kg is not something easy to achieve.

  (422) posted on 11.26.2012

i think this car has something in common with the first bat mobiles. at least that’s how i remember them.

  (452) posted on 11.26.2012

those doors have an interesting opening system. not quite lamborghini style, but not agera style either.

  (475) posted on 11.26.2012

i think the design of this car is all about down-force. but it looks good too.

  (509) posted on 11.26.2012

this car has a rather interesting look. made with aerodynamics in mind, i guess.

  (516) posted on 11.26.2012

of course: a 600 to 1100 HP car weighing just 900 kg and hitting 60 in less than 3 seconds is quite cheap at 390.000$.

  (542) posted on 11.26.2012

i think you mean that you find it cheap for what it has to offer, right?

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