The name Abarth may be inexorably tied to Fiat
, standing as it does these days for performance versions of the 500 and Punto. But that wasn't always the case. The company was founded by Karl Abarth (who later changed his name to Carlo when he moved from Austria to Italy) and was initially focused on racing, later tuning everything from Fiats and Autobianchis to Renaults and Porsches. But while the brand has long since belonged to Fiat, Karl's descendants are apparently still active in their own right, producing the supercar you see here.