• Nov 5, 2007
For the first time in Fiat's history, an all-electric version of a vehicle was released right along with the "standard" (read: gas or diesel powered) versions. The vehicle in question is the new Fiat Fiorino, which was shown at Transpotec in Milan last month and then last week at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Amsterdam. Italiaspeed has the details.
The electric Fiorinos were developed by Micro-Vett and use lithium ion batteries to get a 100 km range, can go up to 80 km/h and zip from 0-50 km/h in seven seconds. Nothing spectacular there, but decent enough for city deliveries. The Fiorino EVs will be available in February and will be distributed by Newteon. Prices have not yet been announced.

Powertrain options for the non-electric Fiorinos include a "greener version" that get 52 mpg with CO2 emissions of 119 g/km.

[Source: Italiaspeed, h/t to Demetrio]


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