2023 Fiat Topolino EV Unveiled In Two Flavors, Begins At $10,770

Following a brief preview greater than a month in the past, Fiat has absolutely unveiled and detailed its smallest electrical automobile, the two.53-meter (99.6-inch) lengthy Topolino quadricycle.

Primarily based on the Citroën Ami however with totally different entrance and rear ends styled to make it appear to be a Fiat, the Fiat Topolino is happening sale in two physique configurations, the closed Topolino for the town and the open, beach-themed Topolino Dolcevita for the seaside. The latter options a big canvas roof and ropes as an alternative of doorways, amongst different issues.

Each variants are priced at $10,770 (9,890 euros) in Italy, making the Topolino virtually 2,000 euros costlier than the bottom Citroën Ami. Nonetheless, the Fiat is obtainable with increased ranges of kit than the Ami and its Opel Rocks Electrical twin.

For instance, the Topolino comes geared up with a chrome baggage rack, the Dolcevita Field, which is a useful band of material inside on which private objects could be saved, and classic chrome impact mirrors. 

Personalization choices embrace a bathe to rinse off after a day on the seaside, picket impact stickers on the doorways of the closed mannequin, and stickers with stripes on the roof of the Dolcevita mannequin.

Fiat additionally gives 5 elective equipment: a spacious rack bag, a USB fan, a Bluetooth speaker, a thermal water bottle for each cold and hot drinks, and two seat covers that double as smooth seaside towels when wanted.

Whatever the mannequin you select, Verde Vita is the one out there physique colour, and the automobile additionally comes with a single wheel design and single inside configuration.

As with the Citroën Ami, the Topolino could be pushed by individuals as younger as 14 so long as they’ve a bike license, however in most European markets it may be pushed from the age of 16.

Its prime pace is proscribed to twenty-eight miles per hour (45 kilometers per hour) and the driving vary is as much as 46 miles (75 km) courtesy of a 5.4-kilowatt-hour battery that costs in 4 hours from zero to 100% SoC.

Reservations for the tiny Topolino opened this week in Italy and France, with the primary deliveries anticipated by the top of the 12 months in its house market.