Abarth 850 Coupe Scorpione 1959 Design Interior Exterior Car

One of Carlo Abarth’s most importantly and effective line of vehicles was the 750 GT Zagato Coupé with its particular ‘Twofold Bubble’ top. Different triumphs incorporated the exceedingly collectible Record Monza, in both pushrod and twin cam (Bialbero) variants, and the Allemano Spyder and Coupé. Maybe the most uncommon of his manifestations were the autos based on the 750/850 GT frame.

The Abarth 850 Coupé (Scorpione) and Spyder (Riviera) by Allemano were first appeared at the Geneve Saloon in 1959 (Spyder photographs beneath). The motor is a Fiat-based 850 single-cam unit which creates 52 CV (38 kW; 51 hp) CUNA at 6000 rpm. The guaranteed top pace is 154 km/h (96 mph). RWD (back wheel drive), manual 4-speed gearbox. Increasing speeds: 0-60 mph 14.3 s. The roadster model was more exquisite and agreeable than Zagato’s variant however heavier and less donning.

It is evaluated that just 41 of the 850 Scorpione Coupé Allemano were developed. Agreeable, brisk seating with a light directing, four-velocity gearbox, enjoyable to drive, about 360 degree vision and 833cc motor with a magnificent commotion. Allemano’s bodywork was later likewise made accessible with the bigger 1000cc motor.

The Abarth 850 Scorpione Coupé Allemano is a back wheel drive street auto, with its motor set in the back, and a 2 entryway roadster body composed by Allemano. The Abarth 850 Scorpione Coupé Allemano’s motor is an actually suctioned petrol, 0.8 liter, overhead valve 4 chamber with 2 valves for each barrel. It has a yield of 52 bhp (53 PS/39 kW) of force at 6000 rpm, and most extreme torque of 70 N·m (52 lb·ft/7.1 kgm) at 4500 rpm. The motor powers the wheels compliments of a 4 speed manual gearbox. Asserted weight at the kerb is 600 kg. It is said to have the capacity to accomplish a top rate of 160 km/h which is 99 mph.

body type 2 seater fixed-head coupé
number of doors 2
designer Allemano
Dimensions & Weights
mm inches
wheelbase 2000 78.7
track/tread (front) 1150 45.3
track/tread (rear) 1160 45.7
length 3600 141.7
width 1420 55.9
height 1190 46.9
length:wheelbase ratio 1.8
kerb weight 600 kg 1323 lb
engine type naturally aspirated petrol
engine manufacturer Fiat
cylinders Straight 4
capacity 0.8 litre
833 cc
(50.833 cu in)
bore × stroke 62 × 69 mm
2.44 × 2.72 in
bore/stroke ratio 0.9
overhead valve (OHV)
2 valves per cylinder
8 valves in total
maximum power output 53 PS (52 bhp) (39 kW)
at 6000 rpm
specific output 62.4 bhp/litre
1.02 bhp/cu in
maximum torque 70 Nm (52 ft·lb) (7.1 kgm)
at 4500 rpm
specific torque 84.03 Nm/litre
1.02 ft·lb/cu3
compression ratio 9:1
fuel system 1 We Carb
bmep (brake mean effective pressure) 1056 kPa (153.2 psi)
engine coolant Water
unitary capacity 208.25 cc
aspiration Normal
compressor N/A
intercooler None
catalytic converter N
maximum speed 160 km/h (99 mph)
power-to-weight ratio 87.87 PS/g
64.63 kW/g
86.67 bhp/ton
0.04 bhp/lb
weight-to-power ratio 15.47 kg/kW
25.85 lb/bhp
engine position rear
engine layout longitudinal
drive wheels rear wheel drive
torque split N/A
gearbox 4 speed manual

Abarth 850 Coupe Scorpione 1959 Design Interior Exterior Car

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