The Abarth 205A berlinetta is a sports car designed by Abarth in 1950. After the abandonment of the Cisitalia in 1949, Carlo Abarth dedicated himself to the construction of his own cars using as a basis some Cisitalia 204A Corsa which had been liquidated by the factory. From them the 205A berlinetta was born. The car was equipped with a 1089cc Fiat four-cylinder powerplant operated by a four-speed gearbox upgraded with an Abarth tuning kit, which consisted of a revised intake manifold, two Weber carburetors and a sports exhaust. Prepared in this way, the engine produced 83 hp. The aluminum car body was made by Alfredo Vignale, while the design was entrusted to Giovanni Michelotti.

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