Abarth 695 Biposto vs Alfa Romeo 4C Head To Head Review – Video
Abarth 695 two-seater: the ‘fastest ever road Abarth’ announced at Geneva 2014. The Abarth 695 2 seat is known for its typical components of a racecar, adapted for the road. Being the fastest Abarth Road car, rarity and accessibility, tradition, processing performance, Italian style and passion for racing makes it a unique car from the runway to the office. And vice versa.
The mid-engined Alfa Romeo 4C Italian exotic carved down to affordable scale, and it’s available as a coupe or with a targa top. Powered by a 237-hp turbo four and weighing less than 2500 pounds, its zippy power-to-weight ratio matches its zippy steering ratio; sadly, only a six-speed automatic is available. The 4C practically anticipates road challenges, but the seats are tight, there’s almost no luggage room, and it’s so low it’s tough to get out of—none of which matters once behind the wheel.