Fiat is going electric and, beginning in 2023, will sell a Punto that is not named a Punto. This is followed by the Fiat Panda and Fiat 500, which come in various styles and with electric motors. With the merging of FCA (Fiat Chrysler) and PSA (Peugeot/Citroen), the Stellantis Group's multiple brands reflect on their heritage and leverage technical synergies to develop new old models. Fiat will launch an entirely electric model series by 2027, utilizing the four new electric STLA platforms revealed by Stellantis in summer 2021 and scheduled to be deployed sequentially beginning in 2023.
In keeping with the motto: "With the slogan "It is Only Green When It is Green for Everyone," Fiat is setting the standard for cheap and sustainable mobility. Olivier François, the brand's CEO, boldly substantiates the proposal, telling British media: "Fiat should be the people's Tesla: affordable electric vehicles for everybody. Clearly, the cost of electricity must decrease. We will arrive by 2027, if not sooner. The price will determine that. I want us to be the first mass-market brand to go entirely to electric vehicles."