Limited Edition Abarth 124 Spider Monza Launches in Australia

In celebration of Carlo Abarth legend who is behind the Abarth title and scorpion emblem, Fiat Australia has announced the launch of the limited-run Abarth 124 Spider Monza Special Edition which was built based on the 124 Spider.

The car comes in three color options with each is meant to remember the golden age of the original 124 Spider in the European rally: San Marino 1972 Black, Turini 1975 White, and Costa Brava 1972 Red.

On the inside, the 124 Spider offers leather seats with two-tone color, red and black, as well as stitched headrest. Each of the car also has a uniquely numbered plaque with the brushed-aluminum plate featuring the Monza circuit map.

Having the Abarth’s visibility package as standard, the vehicle is equipped with LED Daytime Running Lamps, Auto Levelling LED headlamps, Adaptive Front Light System, Blind Spot Detection, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and ParkSense Rear Park Assist System. In addition, there’s also an Adaptive Front Light System installed.

Despite being powered by an uncharged engine, the 124 Spider is fitted with a Record Monza exhaust system which will make sure that it’s four pipes can deliver a strong, beautiful sound, without noise at low speed.

Fiat Australia has limited the 124 Spider Monza Special Edition in just 30 units. Two price options are available based on the transmission type: the manual one is priced at $46,950 drive-away and the automatic one costs $48,950 drive-away.

The sale starts in June with the drive-away deal only lasts in the same month. Thereafter, if the stock still remains, the price will rise to $47,850 for manual or $49,850 for automatic transmission, before on-roads.