Irmscher, a German tuner known for its Opel versions, has recently shown its latest creation, which is centered on the completely electric Fiat 500. Abarth is yet to reveal the new 500's hot hatch variant. Before then, Irmscher intended to give Fiat 500 drivers a more forceful option.
The Fiat 500 comes standard with 17-inch wheels in the "La Prima" grade, but Irmscher replaced them with their very own 10-spoke Turbo Star alloy wheels, which come in black/silver finishes. The revised wheels are paired with a reduced suspension to drop the 500.
Furthermore, in red/black or silver, there are decals that accentuate the car's nose and personality. Inside, the seats, door cards, headliner, and steering wheel have all been reupholstered in new leather. The leather may be selected in brown amaretto or wine red, giving the EV's interior a more luxury feel.
Irmscher made no mention of any performance enhancements for the EV. This means you'll have to settle for one of the basic Fiat 500's two variants. The entry model has a 24 kWh battery and a 94 horsepower electric engine, while the higher-capacity variant has a 42 kWh battery and a 117 hp electric engine. This one takes 9 seconds to go from 0 to 62 mph, with a peak speed of 93 mph. There is no word yet on how much the German tuner would charge for this work.