At the beginning of July, Fiat premiered the new 600e, the latest zero-emission model, and now production has begun. Although with the old name (Seicento – 600), the new model has been transformed into a subcompact crossover inspired by the smaller Fiat 500e.
Fiat Seicento is built on the e-CMP2 platform like the Jeep Avenger, and they are powered by the same 156 hp (115 kW) electric motor, which is enough for the crossover to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in 9 seconds. that’s not the only thing these two cars share, there’s a 54 kWh battery, and Fiat promises the e600 will have a range of more than 400 kilometers (WLTP). If it is used only in the city, one charge should provide a range of 600 kilometers.
With a length of 4.17 meters, the new fully electric Fiat brings with it an airy and spacious passenger cabin for five people as well as a luggage space of 360 liters. Inside, the 7-inch digital instrument panel and 10.25-inch display stand out.
When it comes to the price, Fiat announced at the presentation that the Seicento will cost 35,950 euros, and in combination with the La Prima equipment package, 40,950 euros.