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Italian Beauty “Barchetta”
The Fiat Barchetta (Italian pronunciation: [ˈfiat barˈketta]) (Type 183) is a roadster produced by the Italian manufacturer Fiat from 1995 to 2005 (though production was paused between May 2002 and 2004). “Barchetta” in Italian means “little boat”, and also denotes a type of open-top sports car body style.
The Barchetta was developed between 1990 to 1994, under the project name Tipo B Spider 176. It was designed by Andreas Zapatinas and Alessandro Cavazza, under the supervision of Peter Barrett Davis and other car designers at the Centro Stile Fiat, and prototyping was carried out by Stola.
Production began in February 1995 and lasted until June 2005, with a brief pause, due to the bankruptcy of coachbuilder Maggiora. The Barchetta was based on the chassis of the Mark 1 Fiat Punto. The Barchetta has 1,747 cc DOHC petrol engine fitted with variable camshaft timing, used for the first time in a Fiat production car, after being patented in 1970.
The engine has 132 PS (97 kW; 130 hp) and 164 N⋅m (121 lb⋅ft) of torque. The Barchetta weighs 1056 kg (2328 lb) without air conditioning and can accelerate to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 8.9 seconds and has a top speed of 200 km/h (124 mph).
- self-drive rental
- insurance coverage (civil liability)
- one rental day: delivery from 09:00 on the first day and pick up until 19:00 on the last day. After 30’ of delay, Euro 20,00 penalty for each half hour delay.
- 120 km for each day(km in excess extra cost of euro 1,00per km
Prices do not iclude:
- full insurance coverage(kasko)
- petrol consuption- car leave with fuel and must come back with the fuel; Euro 10,00 penalty in addition to the consumption of petrol.
- tolls, parking and fines