SO CONVERTIBLE. SO GT. SO ABARTH.

DetailsCarbon Fibre
Black bonnetAnti-glare
17"Ultralight Wheels
Structural BarAluminium
Hard TopCarbon Fibre
AbarthDAM
ExhaustRecord Monza
Distribution50:50
  • CRAFTSMANSHIP
  • TECHNICAL UPGRADE
  • PERFORMANCE

POWER

ENGINE

Engine type, engine size, cylinders, valves

1.4 Turbo MultiAir 170HP, 4 in-line cylinders, 4 valves per cylinder 

Maximum Power 

170 HP (125 kW) at 5500 rpm

Maximum Torque

250 Nm @ 2500 g/m (SPORT MODE)

Turbo

Garrett Turbo

TRANSMISSION, EXHAUST, AIR FILTERS

Transmission

6 speed manual transmission

6 speed automatic with steering wheel selector (dual mode, normal and sport)

Exhaust

Dual Mode Record Monza Exhaust System with 4 tailpipes

Abarth D.A.M.

Mechanical Self-Locking Differential

CONTROL

Suspension

Front: double wishbone with stabilizer bar

Rear: 5 arms multilink suspension with stabilizer bar

Shock absorbers

Shock absorbers and springs by Bilstein with specific Abarth calibration

Brakes

Front: Brembo system with fixed aluminium caliper and self-ventilated Ø 280x22 disc

Rear: Floating caliper with Ø 280x9.5 disc

Wheels

17” OZ ultralight wheels with 205/45 R17 W84 tyres

PERFORMANCE

PERFORMANCE

Kerb weight

1060kg – 1080kg¹
 

Maximum Speed

144mph - 142mph¹
 

Acceleration 0-62mph

6.8 sec. - 6.9sec¹
 

Weight to Power Ratio

6.3 Kg/HP (6.4)'
 

Urban Consumption mpg (l/100 km)

33.2 (8.5) - 31.01 (9.1)¹
 

Extra Urban Consumption mpg (l/100 km)

55.4 (5.1) - 54.31 (5.2)¹
 

Combined Consumption mpg (l/100 km)

44.1 (6.4) - 42.81 (6.6)¹
 

CO₂ emissions g/km

148 – 1531
 

Emissions Standard

Euro 6
 

¹Values for automatic transmission

Abarth 124GT setting the standard.

Top of the range

The sound proofed carbon fibre hard top brings the 124 into the world of grand touring. At just 16kg the hard-top has an excellent power ratio and weight distribution, and thanks to the large rear window, the 124GT offers excellent rear visibility. Easy to take on and off, you can change the look of your 124 in minutes.

An unbreakable link with the past

Second generation Hard Top

As in the ‘70s, the latest generation Abarth 124 is now offered in hard-top version. A reference to Abarth tradition evolved in design and technology. The metal, fixed hard top of its forerunner is replaced with a removable version, made of strong and light race inspired materials.