Fiat 500 makeover continues

Pogea Racing, the German firm specializing in tuning has recently announced a modified Fiat 500 with an enhanced output to 264 hp. They seem to have continued from where they began with the Abarth 695, as well as their work on the Abarth 500 Esseesse.

However, rather than go for a totally new ECU, the engineers have opted to go for fresh software and that would be replacing the current system on the Abarth. Their design also permits customers to select from between two turbochargers, and they have also gone for a much bigger intercooler as well as upgraded the fuel injectors. The exhaust system is of stainless steel, but the catalytic converter has gone in for a redesign and there are many more tailpipes to choose from.

The engineers have enhanced the braking system to four-piston caliper brakes and are included with other options for customers, such as upgraded suspension, classic leather upholstery and carbon fiber.

This car is sure to catch the eye of Fiat fans.

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