Move over Fiat 500 Abarth, and say hello to the Giannini 350 GP Anniversario. The 350 GP is essentially a rear-wheel drive Fiat 500 with the pulsating heart of an Alfa Romeo 4C. According to Car Scoops, the conception of the 350 GP is in recognition of Giannini’s 100th anniversary.
In addition to the 350-horsepower four-cylinder engine, the 350 GP also features Ohlins coil overs and a push-rod suspension setup, which is used in Formula 1 racing. The package is complete with six-piston Brembo brake calipers up front, and four-pistons for the rear.
The lightweight modifications, such as the carbon fiber wide body kit and forged 19-inch wheels, are complimented by enhanced aerodynamic components, which include additional air intakes, a roof-mounted wing, and brake ducts. If the manual gearbox doesn’t interest you, the automatic dual-clutch transmission is an available option.
The tuning firm will produce just 100 units of this tricked out Fiat 500, and will set the starting price at €150,000 ($179,736). If it were our money, we would probably just spend it in on a 4C, or two of them, but that’s just us.
Click play to get a sense of the sights and sounds of the 350 GP at the 2017 Best of Italy Race, then let us know what you think of the customized Fiat 500 in the comment section below.