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The Abarth Punto gets contrast colouring inserts in the grille along with Abarth decals on the doors and 'Scorpion' design alloy wheels to set it apart from the standard Punto Evo.
The Abarth Punto gets a stiffer suspension set-up and rides 20mm lower than the standard car.
The Fiat badges all around the exterior and interior have been replaced by Abarth badges.
The interior is more or less unchanged save for the Abarth badging and sportier steel pedals.
The 1.4-litre T-Jet engine develops 145bhp, with torque expected to be over 20kgm.
The interior retains the all-black theme from the Punto Evo 90HP but uses different seat fabrics and gets red and yellow contrast stitching.
The Abarth Punto rides on 16-inch 'Scorpion' design alloy wheels.
The Abarth Punto gets disc brakes front and rear in place of the discs and drums set-up seen on the standard model.
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