The Agrigentum model (Project 907) was a sedan with four premium seats produced by the Italian automaker F.S.A. from 1997 to 2005 and was also marketed in the Sportwagon version (2001-2005).
The Agrigentum was a car characterized by a particularly harmonious and at the same time aggressive line, bearing the signature of E. Bagli. The car had a soft line made up of taut lines and wide radius connections.
The interiors also brought the same stylistic conception of the exterior: very soft lines characterize the entire dashboard and two large circular elements constituted the dashboard in front of the pilot. Three small circular instruments on the central plank follow the tradition of the house. The steering wheel, unpublished, incorporates the airbag and, optionally, could have a wooden crown.
The Agrigentum had independent suspensions on all four wheels, McPherson at the front and Double Wishbone at the rear, the 5-speed automatic transmission with differential geared LSD, the disc brakes and the Hydraulic Power steering with TC + ABS.
The engines available were the 4-cylinder naturally aspirated 1998cc with Multi point EFI that produced 165 hp and allowed to reach 220 Km and accelerate from 0-100 to 9.19s.
There was also a motorized version with a 2.5 liter V6 but which was built in only 3000 units only at the request of some US retailers.
In 2001 the facelift of Agrigentum was presented which, keeping the mechanics unchanged, had new headlights both at the front and rear, new infotainment services and a new two-zone automatic climate control system.
The 1998cc engine, thanks to the new direct injection system, delivered 172 hp which allowed it to reach 222 km h and accelerate from 0-100 to 9.06s.
But the real novelty of 2001 was the new Sport Wagon version, a crossover halfway between Station Wagon and SUV that, thanks to the 187 hp of the 2492cc V6 direct injection engine, reached a speed of 225 km and accelerated from 0-100 to 8.70 s
coming soon the versions of Agrigentum to the Tourism races championship.