Fiat Reveals “Cute” All-Electric Topolino City Car

Italian automaker Fiat has unveiled the name and first image of what it calls its new sustainable urban mobility solution: the Topolino.

In a statement, the manufacturer said the all-electric Fiat Topolino quadricycle will expand urban electric mobility and is designed for a wide audience, including younger customers, families and city dwellers – aligned with Fiat’s mission of providing urban sustainable mobility solutions that are accessible to everyone.

The Topolino name dates back to the 1930s when Fiat first introduced its 500 car – one of the smallest in the world at the time. That breakthrough brought mobility to the people of Italy and paved the way for the 500 to become an icon that still exists today.

The Topolino is expected to be powered by a lithium-ion battery of 5.5 kWh with a range of about 75km, a maximum speed of 45 km/h and a charging time of approximately 3 hours.

While the Turin-based firm is likely to use the uber-cute city car to promote its sustainability and mobility aims, no dates have been given as to its official release date, price and when if at all, it will be available in Asian markets.