The spawning of more unique Abarth examples of the Fiat 500 is set to continue, what with a dedicated programme to personalise the little fellow. The Italian automaker is set to introduce the Abarth Fuori Serie (special production) programme in Paris, and the customisation work will only be made with Abarth 695 examples.

Abarth has created two specific collections called Heritage and New Wave, and these are intended to help guide customers in making their selection. Heritage will feature liveries inspired by the brand’s record-breaking cars of the past, as well as those with significant historical meaning. New Wave, meanwhile, draws its inspiration from today’s supercars, with an eye to innovation.

Aside from exterior finishes, the interiors will be customisable with specific materials and trim levels, and these include dedicated personalisation plates and even a dedicated JBL car audio system, custom-developed for Abarth by Harman.

Other special equipment includes a Record Monza dual-mode exhaust system, black ‘Abarth Corse’ by Sabelt seats with yellow stitching and carbon fibre backrest cover, carbon-look body parts and special racing pedals, as seen in the blue and yellow example presumably destined for Paris.

The Abarth 695 Fuori Serie cars will have the same 180 PS and 250 Nm 1.4 litre turbocharged base form as seen on the 695 Tributo Ferrari and 695 Maserati editions.