|Autobianchi A112 Abarth '79|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 4|
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||ST|
|Interior in GT6||Simple|
|Engine||1.1-liter OHV inline-4|
|Max Power||71 PS|
|Performance Points||333 PP|
|Max Torque||8.70 kgf.m|
|Standing Quarter Mile||18.5 seconds|
|Top Speed||160 kilometres per hour (99 mph)|
|Weight||700 kilograms (1,500 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||9.86 kg (21.7 lb) per horsepower|
"An Italian hot hatch that represents an icon of the 1970s."
The A112 was introduced at the Turin Auto Show in 1969 as a compact hatchback from Italian car maker Autobianchi. It was based on the A111, a FF (Front engine, Front drive) sedan, powered by a 903-cc engine from the Fiat 850 Coupe and Spider. The A112 was originally an early test model for parent company Fiat's new line of FF cars, but it was so popular that Autobianchi decided to offer it as its own original vehicle.
The boxy body measured 3270 mm from bumper to bumper, 1480 mm wide and 1340 mm high, wheelbase was 2040 mm. These dimensions made it about the size of a kei car in Japan. But despite its small size, the A112 could seat four adults.
In 1971, the A112 Abarth was introduced, sporting a souped-up version of the stock 47-ps powerplant. In the hands of tuner Carlo Abarth, the engine's displacement was increased to 982 cc, resulting in 58 ps. The A112 Abarth saw further improvements in 1975. The engine was enlarged to 1050 cc, enabling it to produce 70 ps. With the car tipping the scales at 700 kg, this A112 reached a top speed of 160 km/h and dashed to the 400-m mark in 18.5 seconds. This A112 Abarth, with its front end bathed in fearless black paint, dominated the Italian sports hatchback segment throughout the 1970s.
This car can be purchased for 39,430 Credits. It is a simplified car.
As a Standard car, the Autobianchi A112 Abarth '79 can be purchased from the Used Car Dealership for 29,338 Credits. It is a Level 0 car.
This car can only be obtained by winning the Sunday Cup.