After a couple of years in production, the special variations of the Fulvia started to get released. The major news was the two-door Coupé, which like the Flavia was distinguished by its handsome bodywork mounted on a shortened floorpan. It also shared no exterior panels with the saloon. Performance was improved with a 1.2-litre 80bhp version of the engine being installed at launch, but upgraded to a 90bhp 1290cc power unit later in its life. Handling was known for its precision and neutrality, a point devastatingly proved in motor sport with the more potent HF.
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