The X19 is a lightweight two-seater coupe made by the Italian automaker Fiat. The vehicle weighs only 2028 pounds and has a top speed of 112 mph. The car accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 10.4 seconds. Fiat first introduced the vehicle in 1979 and ended its production in 1989.
The Fiat X19 is powered by a naturally aspirated four-cylinder 1.5-liter engine that is able to produce 84 horsepower at 6000 rpm, putting the weight to power ratio at 24 pounds per horsepower. The engine has a compression ratio of 9.2:1 and delivers the power to the rear wheels. The X19 features a 5-speed manual gearbox.
Both front and rear wheels have solid disc brakes. The car is 156.7 inches long and has 86.7 inches between the centers of the front and rear wheels, putting the length to wheelbase ratio at 1:81. The X19 is 61.7 inches wide, 45 inches tall and has a ground clearance of 4.9 inches. Because the engine is in the middle, the X19 has a fairly balanced weight distribution with 40.2 percent of the weight on the front wheels.
The fuel tank of the car holds 13.2 gallons of gasoline. The car consumes between 8.1 and 11.7 liters in a 60-mile drive, putting the mileage at 20 to 29 miles per gallon.