Romeo Ferraris presented the Cinquone, which is the first homologated production car of Romeo Ferraris and a realistic alternative for the awesome 695 Biposto.
The Cinquone is based on the Abarth 500. However, the beautiful body kit which equips the small Romeo Ferraris Abarth, gives it a completely different style. It is wider than the factory car, leaving a sizable opening for the intercooler, it has side skirts and a new rear bumper with a central exhaust tailpipe. Optionally, customers can choose the Carbon pack, in matte or glossy finish that places carbon fiber mirror caps, caps for the columns, spoiler, handles and frames for lights front and rear.
Regarding the engine, it is quipped with a 1.4 liter T-Jet, which is available in three versions. One with 160 hp and 230 Nm of torque on the “simple” Cinquone, one with 210 hp and 310 Nm of torque on the Cinquone S and one with 248 hp and 330 Nm of torque on the Cinquone Corsa. All the engines are combined with an 5-speed manual or automatic transmission.
The Cinquone S, is able to accelerate to 100 km/h from standstill in 5.5 seconds while the top speed, reaches 240 km/h. Romeo Ferraris equips the Cinquone S and Cinquone Corsa with Bilstein shock absorbers, Eibach spring and Brembo brakes with 4 piston calipers on 305 mm discs on the front axle and single piston calipers on 240 mm discs back.
There is also the optional “Leggero” package that replaces the stock hood and trunk with carbon fiber, removes the upholstery from the doors, the air condition and audio and changes the glass windows with windows from plexiglass, helping the car reach 970 kilos.
Finally, the interior of the Romeo Ferraris Cinquone features leather or alcantara upholstery (the client can choose), with carbon fiber decorations. There is also the possibility of converting the Cinquone in a two-seater. Finally, to mention that the price of Cinquone, starts at € 47.762, the price of the Cinquone S Starts at €60.722 and the Cinquone Corsa costs from €66.980.
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