Fiat 500e 3+1
Power and Speed
|118 HP (86 kW)|
Number of Engines
|Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor|
Battery and Charge
|320 km (198 miles)|
DC Charge Rate
AC Charge Rate
DC Charge Time
AC Charge Time
Year of Production
About Fiat 500e 3+1
Fiat 500e, or the Fiat 500 Electric is an affordable electric hatchback. It comes with two battery options: 24 kWh and 42 kWh. There also three body variants available: standard Fiat 500e with three-doors, Fiat 500e 3+1, and Fiat 500e Cabrio with soft-top.
Standard 500e vehicles only come with three-doors. 500e 3+1 does include a half door on the left side which allows passengers to access rear seats more easily. And the third variant, Fiat 500e Cabrio offers a retractable soft top roof, ideal for hot summers.
Pricing of the small electric Fiat starts at €23,500 with 24 kWh version. Most expensive version of the Fiat 500e is the Cabrio which priced at around €30,000. Final pricing can be different in your country. Be sure to check out Fiat’s official website and your local dealerships for a quote.
Fiat 500e 24 kWh has the least powerful motor which produce 111 horsepower and 199 Nm torque. It is enough for a top speed of 137 km/h and 0 to 100 km/h acceleration in 9.5 seconds.
500e 42 kWh, 500e 3+1 and 500e Cabrio offer 118 HP, 220 Nm of torque, thanks to a little more powerful front-wheel electric motor. 0-100 km/h run in 9 seconds straight, top speed electronically limited to 150 km per hour.
Design and Features
Front end of the vehicle almost fully closed, in order to increase its aerodynamic efficiency. There are tons of 500 logos all over the exterior and interior. Chrome details are also very eye-catching.
Top part of the dashboard comes with different kinds of trims. Infotainment display sits on the dash like a little tablet computer. You can connect your phone via Android Auto and Apple CarPlay wirelessly. Standard display size is 7-inch, but upper trims will include a wider display with the same functionality. 24 kWh battery version, on the other hand, does not include any infotainment display. Instead, you get a smartphone holder that should make up for the lack of a central screen. 7-inch digital gauge cluster comes standard with all 500e models, though.
There are wireless charging pad and two USB-A ports inside the electric hatchback. Seats and steering wheel all are manually adjustable. There are lots of head and leg room, unlike other two-door hatchbacks.
Range and Charging
There are two batter options available for the Fiat 500 electric: 24 kWh and 42 kWh. Small battery option can only run 180 km on a single charge. Considering Fiat 500e is a city car, it will be enough for short commutes. If you need more that, 42 kWh options can be much more suitable. Large battery variants will get a 320 km range, according to WLTP test cycle.
Fiat 500e 24 kWh only supports 50 kW DC charging, when you choose a 42 kWh battery option rapid charging rate will increase to 85 kW. 24 kWh battery can be charged from 0 percent to 80 percent in 26 minutes, whereas 42 kWh battery can get to the same percentage in 35 minutes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Fiat Has An Electric Car?
Yes, Fiat introduced an electric car to the market, the Fiat 500e is the first EV that came out from the Italian car maker. It can be bought in some European countries, and also soon in Turkey.
Does Fiat 500e Has Fast Charging?
Fiat 500e does support DC fast charging up to 85 kW. It can be charge from 0 percent to 80 percent in 35 minutes. 24 kWh version of the vehicle, however, can only be charged at a 50 kW rate, but %0 to %80 will take only 26 minutes.
How Long Does Fiat 500e Battery Last?
Fiat 500e with the bigger 42 kWh battery will last 320 kilometers on a single charge. 24 kWh version of the vehicle can only travel around 180 kilometers with a fully chargerd battery.