French customers are dazzled. Launched first in a convertible version, then in its sedan variant, each time in a limited series "La Prima", the new Fiat 500 electric arrives in a new special "France Edition" specifically dedicated to the French market.
The Fiat 500 ''France Edition'', it is distinguished by exclusive colours "Onyx Black" and "Solid White", 16-inch alloy wheels, grille inserts and chrome side windows and the presence of a specific badge '' France Edition '' on the door frames.
Under the hood however no change. We find the same 118 hp electric engine which accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 9 seconds and has a top speed of 150 km / h. A 42 kWh lithium-ion battery is also available and allows a range of 320 km (WLTP cycle). It can recharge to 80% in 35 minutes (85 kW).
It remains very well equipped, with a glass roof, automatic recognition of traffic signs, automatic air conditioning, rain and light sensors, reversing radar and a large 10'' touch screen for navigation and entertainment.
Available in only 500 copies (350 sedans and 150 convertibles), the "France Edition" series brings down the price of the new Fiat 500. The zero-emission city car is now available from € 29,900 for a sedan and € 32,900 for a convertible model.
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