Fiat Abarth 500X expected to release in 2017

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Sources have suggested that Fiat has been thinking of releasing Abarth-tuned crossover variation of 500X crossover at some point by 2017. Aside from this, the firm has additionally been planning on offering Abarth variation of 124 Spider. Though the company has not freely talked on the plans for 500X, but has shared company’s wish to look past its present 500-based versions.

The existing model of 500X as well as 124 Spider share the same 1.4-litre MultiAir II petroleum engine that creates about 134bhp of power, to this the firm plans on providing the Abarth 124 Spider with 170bhp of power. The 500X on the other hand is most likely to get four-wheel drive system along with selection of dual-clutch automated or six-speed manual gearboxes. Post launch it could emerge as a solid competitor against Nissan Juke Nismo RS and also Mini Countryman John Cooper Works edition.

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