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Let me introduce the Fiat Spider. I got one of these from an automotive store. They called it a “trim” car since it had a very low front end. The seller described it as a “roadster” with all the potential to become a track car. I'm not sure that you could call a roadster a “track car”, but it did have a nice body.

I had intended on using my Fiat Spider as a daily commuting vehicle, so I took it for a spin for the first time in its new bikini styled exhaust. The engine is a direct injection petrol V-tech, and the transmission has manual mode. The Fiat Spider comes standard with a 2.1 liter (four stroke) DOHC engine producing 118 horsepower at 4500 rpm.

The Fiat Spider has an aluminum frame with front and rear bumpers. A factory designed three phase transfer case, with two power phases, and a single transmission channel allows for easy programming of individual engine speeds, boost pressure, airflow levels, throttle response and of course torque. The engine mounts on a two inch front strut brace, which covers the engine mount bosses. The suspension uses conventional upper and lower control arms, with each bearing a two piece aluminum main link, and dual knee pads. The track is fitted with a conventional strut brace and tie rod.

The Fiat Spider comes with a removable hardtop, which can be ordered as a paint job or a simple matte black finish. The interior is fairly basic, with a large center console, two cup holders, a large center dash, and two door passenger side bags. The car came standard with a sixteen inch CD changer and a black leather wrapped steering wheel. The interior is well kept, with very little room taken up by the instrument panel. It would be easy to expand the size of the cabin with add-on packages from aftermarket.

The Fiat Spider's engine is the only production vehicle to feature a real all-wheel drive. The car comes standard with a 1.6 liter inline four, with sequential direct injection cylinder heads, direct fuel injection and a twin-spoke engine with two-stage compression and variable valve timing. All of these features are new for the 118th model year. It is the first year for the Spider and also the first year for Fiat to offer a sporty, performance-oriented car with a production car body that is entirely manufactured in Italy.

With its mild sump design, the Fiat Spider's engine is able to work underneath the weight of the aluminum block body. The original Italian designers did leave room for the engine to be able to work under the vehicle's weight by fitting a set of side skirts under the hood. These skirts, however, have been removed for future models, but the original concept was adopted. The result is a sleek, low profile body on a muscular platform.

The standard Spider includes an automatic transmission and manual transmission. A six-speed manual is standard and a five-speed automatic is available with some configurations. Both engines include a turbocharger, which adds additional power to the engines. The Turbo Spider 2021 offers higher horsepower at sixty7 pounds than the Spider Sport, but it only adds thirty-three horsepower to the base car.

Upgrading to a turbo Spider is easy, because upgrades include everything needed to transform from a manual to a turbo Spider. Available accessories include a matte black exterior body kit with gloss black stitching on the door and bumper cover, carbon fiber exhaust system, front and rear bumpers, LED lights in both fog and clear areas, front and rear bumpers, fog deflectors, APR Carbon Kevlar brakes with aluminum calipers, and an eight-point seat. The upgrades allow for a better overall handling experience and better performance on the road. The optional APR Carbon Kevlar brakes can reduce the friction that is created by the brake pads and add more stopping power, while the optional carbon fiber front and rear bumpers reduce the air resistance around the vehicle and improve handling, as well as improving safety.

The newly developed Fiat Spider is the first car to utilize a two-stage engine that promises greater efficiency, improved fuel economy, and quieter operation. The first stage of the supercharged engine includes a two-stage air conditioning system that features a variable speed fan that controls the cooling chambers to maintain the cool temperature of the engine and increase the air flow. The second stage consists of a four-stage gas process that allows for a higher compression ratio and greater power from the gasoline that is burned. A special three-stage drag strip with dual clutch system allows the supercharged engine to launch faster and for a longer distance.

The last upgrade to the Fiat Spider brand is the inclusion of a two-stage induction kit. The induction kit allows for the introduction of a lower compression horsepower number that further enhances the power of the Fiat Spider. The final product provides a variety of unique advantages over the current models of the Fiat Spider. It is expected to be introduced in the coming months.

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