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We talk about the Lotus Evora 400, the Fiat 124 Spyder, and the week's Mustang news, then give out some solicited but free car-buying advice.

With just 80hp, the 1980 Fiat 124 Sport Spider wasn't quick to begin with.

The Late Malaise Era Fiat 124 Sport Spider was more fun than its low power numbers might suggest. However, hobbling it with an automatic meant that you had a flaky Italian car that was dull to drive.

Expect a ten-percent price hike and a spicier driving experience.

The new Fiat 124 Coupe will channel its grandfather, the original 124 Coupe, and wear a notchback roofline based roughly on the 124 Abarth Rally Concept from Geneva.

More power, with a grand touring vibe.

Fiat's roadster hails from Hiroshima, but it doesn't subscribe to Mazda's low-power philosophy. It's truly its own car, but is it better than the MX-5?

As Playboy's latest (and possibly last) Playmate of the Year, Eugena Washington won $100,000 and a two-year lease on a 2017 Fiat 124 Spider.

Who needs a little blue pill when you have a Miata in Italian drag?

The new Fiat 124 Spider stands in for a certain little blue pill in a follow up to a popular advertisement for the company's 500X CUV.

We take a closer look at the roadster's limited options sheet.

Fiat has fired up its configurator for the new 124 Spider, giving fans of the Fiata a chance to build their ideal example of the Mazda MX-5-based roadster.

Only the base MX-5 undercuts the Fiat roadster's base price.

Different from the version we'll get in North America, the European-spec Abarth 124 Spider sounds like an Italian roadster should.

The 2017 Fiat 124 Spider Elaborazione Abarth sharpens Fiat's droptop and adds retro styling cues, but we wish for more power.

The 2017 Fiat 124 Spider Elaborazione Abarth has a mouthful for a name, but the convertible makes less horsepower than its European counterpart.

Fiat's Abarth 124 Spider revealed at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

Fiat's Abarth performance division took the wraps off its version of the 124 Spider at the Geneva Motor Show, chock full of performance upgrades - and accompanied by an even more potent rally version.

Fiat's European COO says that the Abarth version of the 124 Spyder will debut at the Geneva Motor Show this week.

We've got our first round of photos of the new 124 Abarth showing off a set of quad exhausts but concealing a lot of the other new body tweaks.

The Spider Is Due For An Espresso Shot

For the Fiat 124 Spider, the next logical move is Abarth. Definitely Abarth.

Fiat will reportedly enter the World Rally Championship with an Abarth-tuned 124 Spider in 2017. A special road model with over 200 hp is also rumored.

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