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Fiat 124 Spider
Later, Fiat renamed the automobile the Spider 2000.
(1979-1982). After FIAT abandoned the model, Pininfarina
continued to produce it under its own brand for three more
years, from August 1982 to 1985, as Pininfarina Spider
Azzurra for the North American market and Pininfarina
Spidereuropa for the European market.
We adore Fiat's wonderful 124 sports vehicles because they
combine practicality with fun. The car's priorities are clear: it's
practical first and exciting only if you enjoy well-executed
functionality. That, in fact, should be the definition of a fuelefficient vehicle. It operates with the same precision as sports
vehicles, yet it falls short of their sophisticated personality by a
hair.
It was a blast to drive, and Fiat's outstanding twin-cam engines
contributed to a fantastic performance. The Fiat 124 Spider
debuted at the same time as Alfa Romeo's legendary sports
vehicle of the same name. Both were based on their saloon and
coupe versions, with the Fiat being based on the angular but
technologically advanced 124, albeit shorter by 5.5 inches.
This cars’ performance was unrivalled.
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