Lancia E112 Abarth: the RENDER of the city car that revives the Autobianchi A112

Fans with a few more years will find it easy to remember the legendary Autobianchi A112 Abarth , the small car with a sporting vocation that was present on the market for over two decades, from 1971 to 1985, during which seven series of the template.   Ten years after the A112 Abarth went out of production, the Autobianchi brand, incorporated into the Fiat Group since 1968, has definitively disappeared from the market. However, the brand has left its own legacy that is now dusted off through the Lancia brand in an imaginative render , signed by the designer Andrea Bonamore , which revives a hypothetical re-edition of the A112 Abarth in a modern key.     The evocative Lancia E112 Abarth city car Assuming that such a car can find space in Lancia's new stylistic course, which will be characterized by new models and a marked process of electrification of the range, the Lancia E112 Abarth , as the creature of Bonamore's graphic project has been called, draws inspiration explicitly from the Autobianchi A112 Abarth, but proposing itself with the aesthetic features of a modern day compact.   Retro style, two-tone bodywork and large rear spoiler Although evocative in its conception, the Lancia E112 Abarth, which could take shape on the BEV platform of the current electric Fiat 500, would make its zero-emission power supply to offer itself as an agile and practical electric mobility solution for the city. The square shapes and angular lines recall the original Autobianchi model, to which are added some retro details such as the round headlights at the front, while the sportiness of the 3-door city car is accentuated by the two-tone treatment , with the roof in black contrast. , and from the pronounced rear spoiler , also in black, integrated into the roof which represents a further emphasis on the item “performance”.

Fans with a few more years will find it easy to remember the legendary Autobianchi A112 Abarth , the small car with a sporting vocation that was present on the market for over two decades, from 1971 to 1985, during which seven series of the template.

Ten years after the A112 Abarth went out of production, the Autobianchi brand, incorporated into the Fiat Group since 1968, has definitively disappeared from the market. However, the brand has left its own legacy that is now dusted off through the Lancia brand in an imaginative render , signed by the designer Andrea Bonamore , which revives a hypothetical re-edition of the A112 Abarth in a modern key. 

The evocative Lancia E112 Abarth city car

Fans with a few more years will find it easy to remember the legendary Autobianchi A112 Abarth , the small car with a sporting vocation that was present on the market for over two decades, from 1971 to 1985, during which seven series of the template.   Ten years after the A112 Abarth went out of production, the Autobianchi brand, incorporated into the Fiat Group since 1968, has definitively disappeared from the market. However, the brand has left its own legacy that is now dusted off through the Lancia brand in an imaginative render , signed by the designer Andrea Bonamore , which revives a hypothetical re-edition of the A112 Abarth in a modern key.     The evocative Lancia E112 Abarth city car Assuming that such a car can find space in Lancia's new stylistic course, which will be characterized by new models and a marked process of electrification of the range, the Lancia E112 Abarth , as the creature of Bonamore's graphic project has been called, draws inspiration explicitly from the Autobianchi A112 Abarth, but proposing itself with the aesthetic features of a modern day compact.   Retro style, two-tone bodywork and large rear spoiler Although evocative in its conception, the Lancia E112 Abarth, which could take shape on the BEV platform of the current electric Fiat 500, would make its zero-emission power supply to offer itself as an agile and practical electric mobility solution for the city. The square shapes and angular lines recall the original Autobianchi model, to which are added some retro details such as the round headlights at the front, while the sportiness of the 3-door city car is accentuated by the two-tone treatment , with the roof in black contrast. , and from the pronounced rear spoiler , also in black, integrated into the roof which represents a further emphasis on the item “performance”.

Assuming that such a car can find space in Lancia's new stylistic course, which will be characterized by new models and a marked process of electrification of the range, the Lancia E112 Abarth , as the creature of Bonamore's graphic project has been called, draws inspiration explicitly from the Autobianchi A112 Abarth, but proposing itself with the aesthetic features of a modern day compact. 

Retro style, two-tone bodywork and large rear spoiler

Although evocative in its conception, the Lancia E112 Abarth, which could take shape on the BEV platform of the current electric Fiat 500, would make its zero-emission power supply to offer itself as an agile and practical electric mobility solution for the city. 

The square shapes and angular lines recall the original Autobianchi model, to which are added some retro details such as the round headlights at the front, while the sportiness of the 3-door city car is accentuated by the two-tone treatment , with the roof in black contrast. , and from the pronounced rear spoiler , also in black, integrated into the roof which represents a further emphasis on the item “performance”.

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