It might have been a long time since I was the service director for a major automobile group but it did teach me a thing or two. My wife and went car shopping the other day and found a beautiful 2017 Spider Abarth for sale at a local major chain. Even though there was no sold sticker on the car, it turns out it was sold. It hit our hot button enough to investigate the model further. Long story short we found a 2020 for a great deal in Cary North Carolina about 250 miles from home. On the way home, about 175 miles into our trip, we stopped off for a cold drink. When we cranked back up And began to accelerate onto the highway, it started skipping and the check engine light flashed. The check engine light went away and it low speeds or should I say low RPM, it drove great. I got home put my OBDII Scan tool on it and there were no set codes. I began to think it was definitely the coil packs that so many of you talk about. I went as far as pulling the coil packs off and looking for track marks but everything looked normal. I began to remove the number one NGK spark plug and it was so tight I decided not to mess with it any further that night. Well, it Bothered me even more the next day so I went back in and put more force on the spark plugs and pulled them out. They were tight as any I’ve ever seen. I noticed the number four plug was a little darker than the rest. I called about three automobile parts stores and found the plugs I needed for $13.99 each. I figured what the heck, I may as well try it. Low and behold to the number for spark plug was bad and it accelerates perfectly now. So, if any of you brand new low mileage owners have a skipping problem under hard acceleration, it just might be a faulty spark plug👍I’m just relieved not to have to wait at a dealer and for 60 bucks my problem was resolved.