Sign up for the Stellantis Communications Newsletter and stay updated on all the news. The new generation of the iconic city car has a range of up to miles WLTP and receives 85kW fast charging as standard. Production of the New returns to its birthplace of Turin, Italy where the first model was first created 63 years ago. The New takes inspiration from the generations before it. The first generation of offered freedom and mobility, establishing itself as an icon.
Exciting Expectations Coming With The New 2021 Fiat 500
The New is coming: it's time to take action to create a better future | Fiat | Stellantis
The wraps came off the redesigned minicar on Wednesday at an event in Milan, Italy, and production will follow at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' Mirafiori plant in nearby Turin later this year. Deliveries in Europe will commence in early and right now it isn't clear if the vehicle will end up in the United States. The previous generation bowed out here at the end of The new might look like its predecessor but rides on a new platform that has seen the footprint grow.
THE NEW FIAT 500: ALL-NEW, ALL-ELECTRIC, ALL CINQUECENTO
The Fiat is a two-door, four-passenger, transverse front-engine, front-wheel-drive A-segment city car manufactured and marketed by the Fiat subdivision of Stellantis since The is internally designated as the Type by FCA. Manufactured in Tychy , Poland and Toluca , Mexico, the is marketed in more than countries worldwide,  including North America, where the marked Fiat's market return after 27 years. With the millionth Fiat produced in ; and production reaching 2 million in , after 10 years, the has won more than 40 major awards, including the CAR Magazine Car of the Year  and the World's Most Beautiful Automobile. Since , Fiat's entry-level model in Europe had been the Polish-built Seicento, itself an updated version of the Cinquecento.
Sign up for the Stellantis Communications Newsletter and stay updated on all the news. We have all been called on to take action to create a better future. Fiat is taking on the challenge by bringing out its family jewels: the Because the has always kept pace with time.