The Fiat 500 RED is a charming urban EV that is very easy to use.
The Fiat 500 model is one of the most iconic cars in the world, which makes it a suitable choice for the Italian brand's first EV.
This new generation was launched in 2020. The model is electric and was developed at the time of the FCA, even so it is a very important model for Stellantis.
So Fiat is testing the new EV model, which comes from an upgrade of the old regular Fiat 500.
The car got a little bigger in all dimensions, but it's still very compact.
If you look at the Fiat 500 EV Red, it doesn't seem like a top-of-the-line car, due to the non-LED headlight and the smaller 16-inch wheels. However, the car was very charming.
Inside the car, the driver's seat has the option of being red. All with the best quality, if we compare with the previous models.
Regarding technology, the Fiat 500 EV Red comes standard with a 10.25-inch touchscreen. Considered the largest screen in its category.
The climate system is touch sensitive, making it easy to turn on the air conditioning or heater.
To open the door, it is by a button that is in the corner of the door, an illuminated button. And it also has another lock, to release the door in case of an emergency.
According to some information, the model only lacks a reversing camera and parking sensor. Although it is small and very easy to park.
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Anyway the model is very easy to drive, and very quick to get used to. Just press the start/stop button and then press the D button on the console, and that's it.
The model is totally silent, it seems that the car is off. Not so we can say that the car does not offer a good performance, the Fiat 500 EV red offers 117 hp of power.
The electric motor offers great torque, and it accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 9 seconds. And its maximum acceleration is approximately 150 km/h, very fast for being an electric car.
In addition to being fast, the Fiat 500 EV will run up to 260 km on just one battery charge. A 42 kWh battery that can be monitored by the car's on-board computer.
The battery needs an 11 kW charger, and charging takes approximately 4 hours. Already in normal sockets, the time goes to 15 hours of charge.
We still don't know if the model comes to Brazil, but we will definitely see some imported next year.