Fuori Serie – which stands for special production – will allow customers to work with Abarth designers, engineers, and mechanics in order to customize every bit of their car. To give potential customers some ideas, the Italian automaker will bring two of its own variations to the show, showcasing paint finishes, decals, carbon fiber trim pieces, sport seats, racing pedals, and even a Harman JBL audio system.
The Abarth 695 Fuori Serie will start with the some foundation that is found on the special edition Tributo Ferrari and Tributo Maserati. It’ll be powered by a 1.4-liter, turbo-four with 178-hp mated to the automaker’s Abarth Competizione automatic transmission with paddle shifters. 17-inch wheels will be accented by Brembo brakes.
Look for more information on the new personalization service from Abarth when AutoGuide reports live from the 2012 Paris Motor Show.