Mario Colucci, a car engineer in Milan, thought of one in 1966 and designed the Abarth 1000 Sport Prototype – a lightweight, powerful spider model. As small as it was built, it was as successful on the racetracks.






Now, 55 years later, the model has been redesigned, but this time in a single copy, and apparently thought the design world speaks for itself because no substantive information was given about the car other than a 240-horsepower, 1,742 cc four-cylinder engine running in front of the rear axle. – ie the Alfa Romeo 4C powerplant.

Abarth 2 jumped into the past

As we can see, the whole car is obviously a rebuild of the 4C, but there’s nothing wrong with that, as Abarth usually did just that in heroic times, no matter how well!