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The electric FIAT 600, caught during its last round of tests before its presentation

FIAT will present this spring the new 600, a B-SUV approximately 4.10 meters long called to replace the popular 500X. As can be seen in the spy photos that illustrate this article, the vehicle is already rolling on the open road with its final bodywork, although the test units are conveniently camouflaged to hide their features.

Despite the vinyl, elements such as the headlights divided into two separate modules, the line of the windows or the pilots are practically naked. As is already the case with the 500 and 500X, our protagonist will wear the name “600” on its front instead of the manufacturer’s badge, which will only be found on the rear.

platform based CMP/eCMP Second generation, the 600 will be the first FIAT developed under the orbit of the Stellantis group (if we exclude the Doblò, Scudo and Ulysse vans, which are actually simple rebrands of their Citroën, Opel and Peugeot sisters). It will be manufactured in Tychy (Poland) with the Jeep Avenger.

Like this one, it will be available as a hybrid and electric. The latter will combine a 156 PS (115 kW) and 260 Nm with 54 gross kWh batteries (51 useful kWh). While the propellant will be sourced from Emotors, a joint venture between Stellantis and specialist Nidec, the cells in the pack (NCM 811) will be supplied by CATL.

FIAT 600

The electric FIAT 600 will have 400 kilometers of autonomy

Its autonomy will be around 400km WLTP. As for the load, it will be able to reach peaks of 11 kW in alternating current and 100 kW in direct current (20-80% in 24 minutes). Although initially it will only be available with front-wheel drive, it is possible that the range will later be completed with a high-performance Abarth variant equipped with all-wheel drive.

As explained a couple of years ago Olivier Francoishead of the brand, the 600 will actually replace both the 500X and the 500L. “The L has a particularly good body, tall, to add batteries. But at the same time, it is not an SUV, but a minivan, and such a car is less fashionable now.

We need to think about the next generation with the same focus, […] with a body that is obviously more relevant and is in fashion. We are thinking that perhaps a combination of the X and L is the way to go. But it’s not for the near future, and when I say near, I mean it won’t be by the end of this year. [2020]sure”.

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