The limited run Fiat Abarth 695 Tributo Ferrari may come with its own bespoke Scuderia Red finish with contrasting grey racing stripes (among other unique features) but that hasn’t stopped Japanese tuner Office-K from giving it a new shade.

Unveiled at the Tokyo Auto Salon last week, the tuning firm covered the Ferrari-branded Abarth model’s body in a flashy chrome vinyl wrap with racing stripes in the colours of the Italian flag.

Other than that, the hot hatch remains stock with its upgraded 1.4L turbocharged four-cylinder engine producing a little over 180bhp, which are transferred to the front wheels via a five-speed automated manual gearbox.

The Ferrari version of the Abarth 500 also comes with a different aero package, 17” alloy wheels in a unique design, a more powerful Brembo brake system and suspension tweaks.

Interior upgrades include a pair of carbon fibre bucket sport seats from Sabelt, a flat-bottomed black leather steering wheel with red leather inserts, carbon trim and a new instruments specially made by Jaeger.

Check out a video showing off the shiny, chrome Abarth 695 Tributo Ferrari and the images in the gallery below.



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