SACS – Abarth 695 Tribute Ferrari for the speed-loving seaman


Italian racing car maker Abarth and SACS have unveiled a collaboration that will raise an eyebrow and twist a smile. Abarth, founded by Austrian-Italian Carlo Abarth and Italian Armando Scagliarini in Turin in 1949, wanted to unveil a small boat with the SACS – Abarth 695 Tribute Ferrari. It is a limited edition with only 199 of these to be made. It will be available in colors including Abarth 695 Tribute Ferrari, Rosso Corsa, Giallo Modena, Blu Abu Dhabi, and Grigio Titanio. The sporty boat is ideal for short trips.

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These are handmade by Tramontano, well-known Naples-based workshop. It features Abarth Tribute Ferrari badges on the sides and seats with Abarth red stitching. No pricing is available yet.
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