2011 ATOMIK FIAT 500 ABARTH
Atomic attempt to handle the Fiat 500 Abarth will be converted into electrical power. Atomik’s 500 features a bunch of fancy tech under its carbon fiber skin, high performance LiFePO4 batterie, brushless synchronous motors, two new transmissions (resulting in permanent AWD), a ceramic heater, and a carbon/Nomex rear chassis.
Several cars in the power of change, power at the front comes in at 80 kW and a very electric 840 Nm (619 lb-ft), while the rear engine makes the same power and a silly 1,710 Nm (1,261 lb-ft). Combined, that is good for 160 kW (215 hp) and an unadjusted 2,550 Nm (1,880 lb-ft) split 33/67 front to rear.
Atomic really tried to make small cars in accordance with the city of density, environmentally friendly cars, energy efficient electricity but agile. The electrified 500 should hit 100 km/h in under 5 seconds with a top speed of around 200 km/h (electric cutoff is at 180 km/h), while providing a range of 200 km (124 miles).
2011 FORD FIESTA
This is the US-spec version of the Ford Fiesta, which will comprise both 4-door sedan and 5-door body styles. The US-spec Fiesta uses the same suspension tuning as the European-market model, and its 119 hp 1.6 liter four-cylinder engine will be available with either a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed twin-clutch automatic transmission.
The Fiesta’s interior was designed by Ford of Europe, and both aesthetics and quality are much. Comes with a push-button ignition and leather seats and the seat design is supportive and height-adjustable. And for this small car safety, standard features including electronic stability control (ESC) and a driver’s knee airbag, both rare finds in such an inexpensive car.