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 |  Oct 11 2011, 4:30 PM

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Romeo Ferraris is clearly looking to offer a street-legal version of their widebody race Abarth 500, and now the Italian tuning firm has released some photos of their Abarth 500 Stradale. Not many details were packaged with the photos, but Romeo Ferraris was quick to announce the 1.4L turbo engine will pack 300-hp.

The 500 Stradale also transforms the stock Fiat body to a more aggressive and wider stance, further accented by vents on the hood, a rear diffuser and a subtle roof spoiler. New wheels completes the package while the interior features a mix of leather and Alcantara with carbon fiber goodies. The race inspiration continues inside as well, with the rear seat bench tossed out for a roll cage, while the driver and front passenger gets treated to a pair of bucket seats.

No pricing was announced or when it’ll be available, but Romeo Ferraris did confirm that it’ll be a limited production model.

[Source: Carscoop]

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