SABELT SEATS WITH BLUE INSERTS
Sit back, start the fun. The new Abarth 695 Tributo 131 Rally is equipped with exclusive Sabelt seats. The blue inserts on the back give a sleek, contemporary twist to the interior of the legendary 131 Rally.
40 years after its last official race, the iconic Fiat 131 Abarth Rally is back with a one-of-a-kind special series. The new Abarth 695 Tributo131 Rally brings back the World Champion’s distinctive features and stays true to its original charm with its adjustable spoiler, front and rear DAM and black diamond wheels.
This special edition has all the power and performance of the legendary original model. The1.4L T-jet 180 HP engine –with Garrett turbo – delivers a top speed of 140 mph, acceleration of 0-60 mph in only 6.7 seconds and 250 Nm at 3000 g/m of maximum torque.
The unmistakable Abarth sound has reached a new level. The special edition 695 Tributo 131 Rally features the exclusive Record Monza Sovrapposto exhaust, which adds even more grit to the iconic of sound.
When you drive an Abarth, it’s the experience that counts – the heightened emotion when you’re on the track, or the feeling of total control on the road. The 695 Tributo 131 gives you all that and more with its Koni suspension.
Engine type, displacement, cylinders,
T-JET , 1368 cm³, in-line 4-cylinder, 4 valves per cylinder
180 HP (132 kW) @ 5500 g/m
250 Nm at 3000 rpm
Garret GT 1446
TRANSMISSION, EXHAUST AND AIR FILTER
Front: McPherson with stabiliser bar
Rear: Torsion axle with anti-roll bar
Front: KONI with Frequency Selective damping (FSD) valve
Rear: KONI with Frequency Selective damping (FSD) valve
Front: Perforated self-ventilating discs, Ø 305 x 28, Brembo aluminium brake calipers
Acceleration 0-62 mph
Power weight ratio
Mixed WLTP consumption (mpg)
Mixed WLTP CO2 emissions (g/km)
In 1982 the legendary Fiat 131 Abarth Rally crossed the line of its last race, ending one of the most iconic chapters in racing history. Born in the mid 70's with a design inspired by the family sedan, the unassuming Fiat 131 Abarth Rally went under the radar. At the turn of the 80's, the Abarth 131 dominated the world racing scene. After 18 victories, five triplets and two doubles and three Constructors' World Championships – in 1977, '78 and ‘80 – and two Drivers World Championship, with Alén in 1978 and Röhrl in 1980, it became a legend.
Step aboard this special high-performance series and revel in thoughtful design detail. The surface of the dashboard is covered in Alcantara, a technical material originally used in racing vehicles to reduce glare. High performance, high style.