Fiat Centoventi is an electric car that can be customized according to the tastes of each user. It is an emblematic model for the company facing the challenge of electrification.
Fiat presented at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show the Fiat Concept Centoventi, a four-seater electric model designed for the urban environment. It is expected to become one of the brand’s benchmark electric cars.
It is a vehicle that has a modular design that allows to keep costs low and customize it to the user’s taste.
The battery platform allows you to buy two packs and even install an additional pack if necessary. Each additional module offers 100 kilometers of autonomy.
The Fiat Centoveti allows you to customize parts of the vehicle. The customer can choose between four roofs, 4 wheel covers, four external finishes and four different bumpers.
The car has small holes for the inclusion of additional components through a patented system, similar to the refrigerator door. You can place pockets for objects, bottle holders or speakers almost anywhere you want.
The seats are made from sustainable materials. Headrests can be selected in terms of color and material.
The rear seats have a retractable bench. The rear can be used almost like a van with a lot of cargo capacity.
The Fiat’s tailgate is a true social tool. Once the vehicle is in motion, we display the Fiat logo. Once it stops you can switch it to Messenger mode, which you can use to share messages with the outside world, as a billboard.
It has a photovoltaic solar panel that generates approximately 50 watts, which allows it to keep the cabin ventilated once parked or to power the digital display located under the tailgate.
Technical data of the Fiat Concept Centoventi.
- Height: 1527 mm.
- Width: 1740 mm (with mirrors 1846 mm).
- Front overhang: 658 mm.
- Rear overhang: 592 mm.
- Length: 3680 mm.
- Wheelbase: 2430 mm.
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