The South America-exclusive Fiat Pulse has got an Abarth version with spicier looks and more performance. But Fiat is yet to share full details of the vehicle. In the meantime, let’s take a brief look at the scorpion-branded Pulse.
Speaking of which, the front fascia features a gloss black mesh grille with a gloss black surround, and of course, the large FIAT branding swapped with an Abarth crest. The fog lights have been repositioned to the lower part of the bumper which has a red accent going on. On the side, you have the red Abarth decals and model-specific sporty wheels. At the rear, you have a sporty bumper with a diffuser-like design, and twin tailpipes as well. Also, notice a black ABARTH branding on the tailgate.
The interior photos featured here are of the regular Pulse, but you get the idea of what to expect. And you can expect Abarth branding wherever possible, including on the steering wheel, shift lever, pedals and on the seats as well. The rest of the features are expected to be carried over from the regular model obviously, including a 10.1-inch central touchscreen and a 7-inch digital driver display.
The regular Pulse offers up to 96 kW (130 metric hp) from a 1.0L 3-cylinder turbocharged flex-fuel engine. The Pulse Abarth might pack a 1.4L 4-cylinder turbo petrol engine.