What you see here is called Milan Abarth, but despite that quintessentially Italian name, it is actually Austrian. And it makes sense, as it is named after Karl Abarth, the famous tuner of Fiat cars, who was born in Austria before setting shop in Italy.
It is Austria’s first-ever supercar, and it’s kind of like the German Gumpert: ugly but fast. To be honest the Gumpert looks quite nice compared to this thing. It is properly fast though. The Milan Abarth is powered by an Abarth-designed that depending on the tune, can make between 600 to 1,700 horsepower.
Taking into account that the car weighs between 900 to 1,100 kg, the performance is going to be mind-boggling.
There are a couple of issues with this concept though. As mentioned, it is hideously ugly, and it doesn’t have an interior as such, which is of course fine, because it’s a track car. But prices for the Milan Abarth starts at 300,000 Euro. Forget all the Ferraris and Lamborghinis that money can buy you. 300K is what a proper GT3 race car costs. This thing is just ridiculous.