Stellantis and Fiat announced to us a few hours ago the launch of a new generation of their commercials, the Fiat scudo and the Fiat ulysse.
It is a minivan of the Fiat brand and a light / medium commercial vehicle of the brand Fiat Professional.
The two new models will be available in a thermal and 100% electric version. In particular, internal combustion engines will be powered by diesel, in combination with a manual or automatic gearbox.
The light commercial vehicle will offer three configurations: Van, Combi and Platform Chassis, to suit any professional transport need.
Based on the modular EMP2 platform, both models make it possible to meet specific needs in various markets, adapting to very different models and segments.
As you can see in the image that is currently a teaser of the model, the similarities with the Peugeot Expert and Traveler, the Citroën Jumpy and SpaceTourer, the Opel vivaro and Zafira Life and the Toyota proace They are maximum and it is that it is the same model sold under the Fiat brand.
Orders for the Fiat Professional Scudo and Fiat Ulysse will open in the first quarter of 2022.
As in the other commercials, the Fiat model can be ordered in three lengths ranging between 4.6 and 5.3 meters, two different heights and in various body configurations, the most important being the Combi, Mixed (paneled or partially glazed), cab and van chassis.
The engines are also identical to those announced for the other two models, starting with the 95 and 115 hp BlueHDI as entry options, and culminating in the 2.0 BlueHDI with 150 and 180 hp. In the most powerful the box will always be automatic with six relations, leaving the manual for the rest (there will also be a robotized one for the 1.6 BlueHDI). Obviously, these mechanics of origin Peugeot will have another commercial name in Fiat.
The volume announced for the new Fiat model will be able to reach 6.6 square meters of the largest paneled body that allows objects to be inserted under the bulkhead (overrides the passenger seat). The maximum weight will be 1,400 kg.
The electric versions will be able to choose between two battery sizes, according to their needs. Battery 50 kWh offers an autonomy of up to 200 km while the battery of 75 kWh offers an autonomy of up to 300 km (according to WLTP).
Source | Stellantis