What happens when a Japanese tuning company gets its hands on a tiny Italian Fiat 500? The answer is a widebody feather weight street legal go-kart.
How is all this possible you may ask. First of the little Fiat 500 takes a trip to the Scorpio headquarters that is Abarth & C S.p.A and is turned into the Abarth 595 Turismo then the Japanese tuner Three Hundred took delivery to add a little bit of a JDM spice and flare.
The team at Three Hundred developed an entire one-off wide body kit adding more than 5” to the overall width of the car and completely manufactured from carbon fibre. They blacked out the radiator grill extended the side skirts improved on the aerodynamics with a front spoiler side flaps and to aid with cooling two large central bonnet mounted air intakes.
If this wasn’t enough, they also re designed the rear diffuser and altered the exhaust and finished the whole look of the car off with some white seven spoke alloys and then dropped it with a suspension lowering kit and added some lovely white pin stripes and a few subtle carbon styling additions.
It all looks pretty cool and for certain would love to see one at a local Abarth meet, tell us what you think?…