Fiat has unveiled its latest addition to the family of petite electric vehicles, the Topolino. Fiat Topolino, which means "Mickey Mouse" in Italian, was the name given to the first-generation Fiat 500.
The quadricycle is set to make its grand entrance into European markets. This Italian rendition of the Citroen Ami and Opel Rocks-e boasts a unique and striking design that is sure to turn heads. Its circular headlights, canvas rooftop, vintage wheel caps, refreshing minty hue, and doorless entryways secured by ropes are all visible in the photo.
Fiat has kept mum about the EV's technical specifications, but it's highly probable that the vehicle will have the same 8-horsepower electric motor and 5.5-kWh lithium-ion battery as its counterparts. This would give the car a modest maximum speed of 45 km/h and an estimated range of 70 km.
The much-awaited arrival of the Topolino is just around the corner, and we can hardly contain our excitement as we eagerly anticipate learning more about this compact and stylish vehicle.