They launched the limited edition for the British market which was priced at £29,600 where they have produced only 152 units. This car is easily identified especially with its Ferrari livery on the outside where they have also included carbon wing mirrors an nice looking Corsa Grey wheels too.

Well, of course, then there is the very prominent red coloured body (Scuderia Red) that greets you as you look at this car which comes with white racing stripes. Inside the car, you get the nice looking black leather upholstery as well as the Jaeger inspired instrument panels. One very cool looking equipment here is the red leather inserts on the steering wheel exudes such seriousness. Abarth too have put in their ‘trademarks’ around the car where their emblem is nicely fitted into the aluminum pedals.

The car comes with a 1.4 liter turbo-charged engine that gets you up to 180horsepower at 5,550rpm and 250Nm of torque at 3,000rpm. It top speeds at 140m/h and gets you from zero to hundred in just 7 seconds. In terms of equipments, well it comes with ESP (Electronic Stability Programme), 5 airbags for increased safety, a Sport mode button, TTC (Torque Transfer Control) system, climate control system, Xenon headlamps, Arbath designed leather steering wheel, a dual-mode ‘Record Monza’ exhaust tailpipe, Sabelt designed Arbath Corsa seats and the nice Blue&Me hands-free entertainment system. You also get paddle shifters to power up its Competizione gearbox which can go either on manual or automatic while the Sport button pretty much gears up the car for a more responsive experience.