Abarth 1956

Fiat 750 Berlina
Fiat 750 Coupé Zagato
Fiat 750 - 215A Coupé Bertone
Fiat 750 - 216A Spyder Bertone
Fiat 750 Coupé Viotti
Fiat 750 Spyder Boano
Fiat 500/750/800 Bertone Record 

 


Abarth 750.


Spyder Fiat 750 Boano

 

Abarth 750 Record pobił na torze Monza rekord świata na dystansie 4.000 kilometrów, osiągając prędkość 156,36 km/h.


The Abarth works are equipped mainly for batch fabrication processes; the factory employs 110 people plus 12 administrative staff. Initial development work on a new induction system is undertaken on a test bed, but thereafter-and particularly so with the exhaust system most of the experimental work is carried out in carefully controlled road performance tests along the autostrade. This would seem to be expensive, but the final results appear to justify the methods. Following up this specialist bodywork as well as obtaining increased performance from his modification to the Fiat 600 power unit, Abarth has produced two most attractive bodies for the 600 chassis in conjunction with Bertone. The first, a Coupé (Type 215A) was introduced at Geneva and attracted much attention. At Turin an open two-seater Spyder version was exhibited, designed Type 216A.


 


Geneva - 215A Coupé Bertone

 


216A Spyder Bertone at Turin Motor Show.

 


750 Zagato Coupé presented at Paris Motor Show.

 


Abarth 750 Zagato

 

 


Abarth 750 Record z nadwoziem Bertone.


750 Record at Turin Motor Show.