It is now possible to pre-order the completely electric Fiat 500.
The city car, which was presented on March 3, will initially arrive in the "la Prima" version. It is not only the first but also an exceptionally well-equipped variant that comes standard with equipment usually reserved for much larger car classes. By signing up and paying a deposit of 670 euros you will be among the first to be offered the Fiat 500 "la Prima".
The battery of the Fiat 500 “La Prima” is 42 kWh, giving a range of 320 km (WLTP). By default, it comes with the 3 driving modes: Normal, Range and Sherpa.
'Normal' provides a driving experience reminiscent of a conventional car. 'Range' gives a faster deceleration when lifting the foot from the accelerator, and makes it possible to drive the car without moving the foot. 'Sherpa' changes a number of settings in the car to reduce power consumption and maximize range.
A number of advanced systems are also standard and mean that the 500 "la Prima" as the first car in its class meets Level 2 autonomous driving according to the International Standard for Autonomous Driving. "La Prima" has among other things intelligent adaptive cruise control.
Fiat 500 "la Prima" price starts from 33000 euros.
The Fiat 500 “la Prima” is the first electric four-seater convertible, and comes with an Easy Wallbox that can be connected to a regular plug.
You can charge 500 “la Prima” at home in just 6 hours. In addition, it has full LED headlights, upholstered leather seats and 17 '' alloy wheels. It also has a wide range of safety systems such as automatic emergency braking, a rearview camera with dynamic navigation lines, lighting assistant, lane control and electric handbrake.
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