Saturday, April 9, 2011

Wow! Motore Centrale R230 made by Italian as the Mid-Engined RWD Abarth 500

Imagine for a second you owns a fantastic collection of supercars that you wish, but they are all a little too mature and serious (dare we say: too German). All you claimed was something a little younger, childish and less mature for your exciting day.

According to page of autoevolution.com that was conducted by Italian Aznom aftermarket specialists as well. The company has developed for avid petrol head! We reveal about the R230 Motore Centrale - a small, highly specialized Abarth 500.

You are learning a little Italian and create a good sense for how the car is fairly easy to simplify the name now that we are pointing out about a mid-engined sports car with 230 horsepower. R230 even turn all power to the rear wheels to the feel-good tail addition was missing from the regular Abarth 500.

Just like now respectable Clio Sport V6, the engine locates behind the driver and passenger seats for optimal weight distribution. For this purpose, even a simple little battery has been transferred back to add traction. Of course, this means that the rear seat are missing, but not like they were given plenty of space for adults as well.

Rather than stick a huge heavy lump on the back of the small Fiat V6, aftermarket specialists in Aznom choose to set the standard 1.4-liter turbocharged unit 4-cylinder with the sound of 230 horsepower and 330 Nm (243.4 pounds-ft) of torque. But wait! Also there will be a 280 hp version offers exception, called pista, which will weigh 900 kilograms (1,984 pounds).

The numbers are not yet announced for pricing, and this is the only answer available at the moment, but Aznom wish to manufacture at least 30 units each year in Motore Centrale R230.

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