Fiat Topolino EV

Fiat Topolino EV

Do you still think that the smallest electric Fiat is the new 500? Think again, because the automaker has just unveiled the Topolino. This zero-emission four-wheeler will soon be available in European markets and features unique styling as the Italian version of the Citroen Ami and Opel Rocks-e.

Named after the original 1936 Fiat 500, “Topolino” is Italian for Mickey Mouse. The new iteration draws inspiration from the cuter and trendier 1957 Fiat 500, complete with round headlights, a soft top, retro-style wheel covers and a stylish exterior.

The Topolino EV measuring 8.3 feet (2.53 meters) in length. The electric vehicle shares the same 8 hp (6 kW) electric motor and 5.5 kWh lithium-ion battery as its siblings, offering a top speed of 45 km/h (28 mph) and a range of 43 miles (70 km).

The automaker describes the urban-oriented EV as embodying joy, optimism and fun, suggesting that it will be accessible to even the youngest drivers, offering mobility and independence. It’s worth noting that in certain European countries, local legislation allows teenagers to legally operate heavy four-wheelers from the age of 14 or 16.

In addition, dealers will offer customers a matching bag to store their things that can be affixed to the standard rear rack. A USB fan, a Bluetooth speaker, a thermal water bottle, and two seat covers that can be used as towels after your shower will also be available.

Fiat Topolino Dolcevita

The doorless version is called the Dolcevita. It has no side windows and has cables instead of doors. You can also catch a glimpse of the fancy dashboard upholstery and light-colored seats.

Although colors are limited to one, buyers of the doorless car can also get a sticker package that adds white stripes to their vehicle.

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