Prices run from £15,090 for the 595 Hatchback with the 1.4 TJet engine and 143bhp up to £22,290 for the Competizione Convertible with the 1.4 TJet engine producing 178bhp. A five-speed manual gearbox is standard, but you can opt for the sequential ‘box complete with flappy-paddles.
Inside, all 595s will come with Fiat’s five-inch Uconnect infotainment system, with the option of upgrading to a seven-inch version, complete with DAB radio and sat nav. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are likely to become popular extras for drivers who need to stay connected, while music fans have the option of upgrading to a seven-speaker BeatsAudio stereo and a new flat-bottomed steering wheel aims to further enhance the Abarth 595’s sporty nature. These improvements bring with them a price increase of roughly £400. The standard 143bhp car now costs £15,090, while the Turismo is £18,290 and the Competizione £20,290.
All versions are equipped with a five-inch Uconnect infotainment screen as standard, while a larger seven-inch version is also available and which comes with integrated performance telemetry.
The infotainment system also supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and buyers can also specify an optional seven-speaker Beats audio system.