- Watch This Alfa 4C-Powered, RWD Fiat 500 Blitz an Italian Hillclimb
- This is probably the world's maddest Fiat 500
- See the Giannini 350 GP mid-engined Fiat 500 hooned on the road
- This all-wheel drive, 350hp Fiat 500 is a Demogorgon on four wheels
Watch This Alfa 4C-Powered, RWD Fiat 500 Blitz an Italian Hillclimb
The Fiat is one of the most customisable cars you can buy. If you've They' ve created the beast in the video above, the Giannini GP.per the sun newspaper page 3
Italian tuner Giannini wants to remind enthusiasts it exists, and what better way to build a brand image than with a horsepower Fiat ? Italian website OmniAuto reports Giannini moved the turbo four from behind the front seats to under the hood, where it normally resides. This frees up space for rear seats, assuming you find passengers brave enough to ride with you. Tuned to hp, the engine sends it power to all four wheels. Giannini added a deeper front bumper with large vents to give the engine the air it needs to keep cool, a pair of lights to take the rally look a step further, and flares over the four wheels. Out back, the GP4 receives a roof-mounted spoiler, a massive air diffuser, and vents drilled into the hatch.
Italy's Giannini Automobili garage has taken the Fiat and injected it with muscle and aggression in celebration of their th anniversary. Slapping a carbon fibre body kit on the modest Fiat's frame, the famous Italian tuner has essentially replaced everything that made the - minus its infamous circular headlights. The 1. It gives the Anniversario a power output of bhp and a top speed of close to mph - making it significantly quicker than any Fiat you'll see on the road. The rear-wheel drive motors has just two seats, and has been lowered so that it hugs the road, so much so that its bright yellow shock absorbers are visible peeking out of the boot and under the bonnet. Fitted with a rally-style wing mounted on the roof, the powerful motor is also kitted out with new air intakes, a modified grille and neat inch alloy wheels.
This all-wheel drive, hp Fiat is a Demogorgon on four wheels rear- wheel drive, Alfa Romeo 4C-powered GP introduced a few.
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What used to be a cutesy car suitable for the city has been transformed into a pint-sized supercar by Giannini in collaboration with GRAM Gram Torino Engineering. While that one pictured below had a rear-wheel drive layout, this little monster has received a grippy 4x4 setup as evidenced by the red body graphics that harken back to the s. It has been moved underneath the front hood like on the regular Fiat , allowing those involved in the ambitious project to reinstall the rear seats. The identity of the engine has not been disclosed, but we do know it produces the same horsepower as the one in the RWD model that has an Alfa heart. Already being tested, the GP4 has gone through some additional changes on the outside where the quirky front end now boasts a carbon fiber splitter. Rounding off the modifications are the Plexiglas windows to shave off weight along with a massive rear diffuser with red vertical fins to match the two exhaust tips.
This is probably the world's maddest Fiat 500
See the Giannini 350 GP mid-engined Fiat 500 hooned on the road
We've seen people swap everything from Subaru motors to Hayabusa bike engines into the classic Fiat , but this modern day example is something all of its own. With the turbocharged 1. It's got carbon fiber widebody construction and sends power to the rear wheels, all contributing to what must be the most fun you can have in something so small. As you'd expect, the "" in the GP Anniversario's name indicates the horsepower figure, more than enough to propel the penny racer's lightweight architecture. That's more horsepower than you get in the typical Alfa 4C, and more than the standard Fiat Abarth.
This all-wheel drive, 350hp Fiat 500 is a Demogorgon on four wheels