Romeo Ferraris made Cinque Qatar with 248 hp for the Persian Gulf

Here comes the ultimate Abarth Fiat 500 as a completely rebuilt thing from the tuner Romeo Ferraris. The vehicle is called Cinquone Qatar. Incredible 248 hp & 300 NM torque rages in the small Italian body. It can accelerate to 100 kph in just 5.5 seconds and reach up to 240 kph.

Romeo Ferraris used a Bilstein coilover suspension, 18 inch light alloy wheels with 215er tires and a Brembo brake system with 305×28 mm discs and 4-piston calipers. The Cinquone Qatar is much more brutal than the two years ago version. The 500 was tailored to a comprehensive wide body kit on the body for a completely new appearance.

The body kit comes with a new front bumper with fog lights and daytime running lights as well as an integrated front splitter. There are also the significantly widened fenders with large air vents in the rear area and a new rear skirt including rear diffuser and a fixed roof spoiler.

A striking eye-catcher missed the Cinquone with the mounted on the roof air scoop and the completely redeveloped bonnet including large air openings right and left. But that’s not all, even the interior has been completely refined in laborious manual work. Everything was covered with white leather and red alcantara.

Cinque Qatar by Romeo Ferraris photos

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