Fiat to ditch ICE cars by 2030
As automakers all around the world gradually re-orientate their businesses towards eco-friendly EV production, so does Fiat. The Italian marque just revealed its electrification strategy, according to which it will have zero petrol or diesel engines on the lineup by 2030.
The Italian company claims it will make every effort to bring the EV prices down to the level of traditional cars. The transition is scheduled to begin in 2025 and last five years.
As of right now, Fiat only has the 500e hatchback to show for being an electric car manufacturer. The model uses a single motor rated at 120 PS (118 hp / 88 kW) and a traction battery that stores up to 42 kilowatt-hours of power. WLTP-rated range comes close to 200 miles, or 320 kilometers.
The compact-sized Centoventi Concept (see video) might also become an EV sooner or later. The company introduced it as an extremely affordable battery car with limited range for casual urban driving.
Editor Andrew Raspopov