The Italian manufacturer has unveiled its second electric model, the e-Ulysse minivan. The electric car will be available in Europe from May, and Fiat says that e-Ulysse is intended for the urban market and urban use. The manufacturer also adds that the new Fiat e-Ulysse electric minivan will be able to serve as an emission-free means of transport for taxi companies, hotels, and other companies with large fleets.
Fiat e-Ulysse electric minivan's customers can choose between two batteries: the smaller one is 50 kWh, and the larger battery has a capacity of 75 kWh. The electric car promises a range of 330 kilometers. With a 100 kW fast-charging system, the battery can be charged from 0 to 80% in 45 minutes.
The new Fiat e-Ulysse electric minivan has an electric engine that develops 136 hp and 260 Nm of torque. However, the top speed is only 130 km / h. Fiat did not provide data on acceleration times.
Fiat e-Ulysse can be configured with 7 or 8 seats. No less than 16 configurations are available for the 7-seater version, and up to 12 layouts are available for the 8-seater version.
In the Lounge equipment, the electric minivan is equipped with a folding table between the second and third row of seats. Moreover, the seats in the second row are oriented toward those in the third row.
The trunk's capacity is 4200 liters with the seats fitted, and for the elongated version, Long, the capacity increases to 4900 liters. In addition, Fiat e-Ulysse is equipped with features such as automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, blind-spot monitoring, and traffic sign recognition.
The top-of-the-line Fiat e-Ulysse electric minivan features a 7-inch center screen, leather seats, panoramic roof, xenon headlights, electric trunk opening, and an air purification system in the passenger compartment.
Fiat did not offer prices for the new e-Ulysse. The electric minivan will be available in May.