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Fiat surprised the world with the Abarth 500, and it's still an absolute hoot to drive today. With cared-for examples now well under £5000, it's time to take note
With quirks like six separate circular lights at the front and a standard boost gauge, the Abarth 500 is a smiley little nipper that has won Doug DeMuro's heart
Abarth is bringing two new special editions to the Geneva Motor Show, one with a carbonfibre roof and another with a token tie-in to a luxury yacht-builder...
This intra-marque battle from Top Gear pitches two very different Abarths against each other
Footage of Abarth's new rear-wheel drive rally machine undergoing testing has emerged, and it's all about angry noises and sliding
UK pricing for the Abarth 124 has been confirmed, and it's a lot more expensive than the range-topping Mazda MX-5
My first week with the Abarth 595 Competizione left me frustrated by a number of annoying issues, but a few more weeks with the car helped me start to see past some of its problems to find a fun, capable hot hatch underneath
Abarth has given us the keys to a 595 Competizione for 30 days to get a feel for what owning the hot Fiat 500 is like. Here are our first impressions after seven days of 'ownership'
Abarth has finally revealed its stunning version of the MX-5-based 124 Spider at the Geneva motor show. We love the 1970s paint scheme and its beautiful lines, but it comes at quite a price...
It's easy to get downbeat about being a petrolhead in today's world, but with manufacturers resurrecting long-dead performance cars left, right and centre, there's plenty to celebrate!