abarth It officially brought its first SUV called the Pulse to its Brazilian debut. As mentioned earlier, this model is exclusive to the South American market. It will not be marketed in Europe. The first Abarth SUV was developed at the Stellantis Auto Center in Betim and is derived from the Fiat Pulse. price? It starts, in Brazil, at 149,990 SAR at an exchange rate of just under 27,000 €.
For this model, Abarth has modified the Fiat Pulse by equipping it with it specific body kit Able to make the car look more aggressive. We find, for example, the two intakes in gloss black up to the double chrome exhaust pipe and the black alloy wheels. There is also a two-tone roof, which contrasts with the body, which features a spoiler. 17-inch alloy wheels.
This model is available in Banchisa White, Strato Gray, Red and Volcano Black colors, with contrasting red, gray or black exterior details. Regarding, however, the interior, we find Connect Me infotainment system Equipped with a screen size of 10.1 inches. In the passenger compartment, the digital instrumentation also stands out with a 7-inch dashboard and custom Abarth graphics. Standard equipment includes, among other things, steering wheel paddles, wireless charging for smartphones, automatic climate control, full LED headlights and a keyless system.
On the safety front, the new Abarth Pulse can count on the ADAS package that includes Automatic Emergency Braking and Lane Departure Alert. However, regarding the power unit that Abarth has decided to use for this model, we find a T270 turbo unit (1.3 liter displacement) capable of delivering 185 hp with 270 Nm of maximum torque. The gearbox is a 6-speed automatic. there The maximum speed reaches 215 km / hWhile acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h takes 7.6 seconds. However, there are three driving modes available. For the Pulse, Abarth has also developed a specific chassis setup to improve driving dynamics. The braking system has been increased to ensure more powerful and safer braking due to better performance compared to the ‘classic’ Pulse.