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OTR 1000 Coupé

OTR 1000 Coupé (Italy, 1965)

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© photo courtesy of: Neil Fraser / RM Auctions
Abarth OTR 1000 Coupé
basic info
spec rating
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Engine
Straight 4
Type
Fixed-head coupé
Displacement
60 cu in
Doors
2
Maximum torque
61 ft.lb @ 4500 rpm
Seats
2
Wheel Drive
Rear wheel drive
Luggage Space
--
Transmission
4, Manual
Fuel
Petrol
Power-to-weight
97.37 hp/ton
Kerb weight
1676 lb
safety rating:
NCAP
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fuel efficiency
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CO2 emissions
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Displacement
60 cu in
max power
74 hp
acceleration 0-100 km/h
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top speed
107 mph
price
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loan
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ownership cost:
annual
$ 781
insurance
$ 781
Fuel
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service
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tyres
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about this car

The 1000 OTR, which was derived from Fiat’s new 850 Coupe and was equipped with a special “radiale” engine, was introduced in late 1965. The intention was to essentially duplicate the efficiency of the Abarth twin-camshaft cylinder head without the complexity. However, the SCCA thought that the radiale head was a little too clever and that the OTR was too modified and powerful for its class, so it exercised its right to exclude the OTR from SCCA competition cars, deeming it “not considered suitable.” This is one of the explanations for OTR’s low production figures as road cars.


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