People can now order the Fiat Scudo, which comes in a wide range of models and configurations to meet their needs. Common to these electric minivans is that it has high comfort and a driving experience like any other electric car. Moreover, with just an electric motor, Fiat Scudo gets the best range in the class: 330 km WLTP.

The new Fiat Scudo can now be ordered from the Fiat Professional dealers. The new model will be built on Stellantis' mid-van platform. It will replace the popular Fiat Talento and comes with both a diesel engine that meets the latest Euro standards and an electric motor. The Fiat Scudo is a light commercial vehicle that can be used for many things. It has many small, usable features and is very easy to drive.

Last year, Fiat Professional released its first electric vehicle, the Fiat E-Ducato. The Fiat Scudo electric commercial vehicle is the brand's next step in becoming more electric.

The new Fiat Scudo electric minivan has two battery sizes: 50 and 75 kWh. In addition, it offers charging of up to 11 kWh with alternating current and up to 100 kW with direct current. The latter allows you to charge the large battery to 80 percent in just 20 minutes. 

The new Fiat Scudo electric minivan offers the same spacious cargo space as the diesel engine version and can be loaded with up to 1 ton. And then it can even have 1 ton on the hook. The electric motor in the Fiat Scudo comes with 136 hp (100 kW).

The target groups for the new Fiat Scudo are the people who use their vehicle for more than eight hours every day, and therefore comfort was at the center of the development. The result is a light commercial electric vehicle that provides a driving experience like a passenger car. Fiat Scudo comes with optimal noise reduction and a seating position similar to an ordinary electric vehicle. It provides stress-free and comfy driving regardless of version or variant.

The external dimensions are compact, with a length of under 5 meters and a height of 1.9 meters for the standard version. With the spacious and practical interior, Scudo has the necessary agility to navigate smoothly in urban areas.

Besides that, the Fiat Scudo Head-Up Display lets the driver get information without taking his eyes off the road. Moreover, the driving seat is comfortable and gives a good view of the rest of the traffic; also, getting in and out of the car is very easy.

The new Fiat Scudo can also be equipped with 14 safety and assistance systems (sign recognition, blind spot alarms, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning). These assistance systems make the electric van more comfortable to drive in the city.

Despite the small size (5.3 meters in length and 1.9 meters in height), the space inside is top-notch. The cargo space size ranges from 4.6 to 6.1 m3 depending on the wheelbase. It lets you put most of your things in a car that can get through the tiniest streets.

The new Fiat Scudo also comes with the Moduwork system, which lets you turn the passenger seat into a workstation and make more room in the trunk. You can now move things up to four meters long in the Maxi version. As a result, the total space for your cargo grows by 0.5 m3 to an even bigger 6.8m3! This cargo space makes Fiat Scudo a work match that anyone can use.

The new top-of-the-line Fiat Scudo electric van costs 37,000 euros without taxes.

The Fiat Scudo also comes in 2 versions with a diesel engine, both 2.0 liters. The first one provides 145 hp and comes with a 6-speed manual transmission and an 8-speed automatic transmission. The second version offers 180 hp and only comes with the 8-speed automatic transmission.

The new top-of-the-line Fiat Scudo diesel version costs 32,000 euros without taxes.

All variants come in 2 configurations - Van and Chassis - and two versions with different equipment. In addition, the Fiat Scudo is also available with extra length in the so-called Maxi version. @via Fiat Professional.



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