Fiat’s Eco-Friendly 600e Hits Production Line in Tychy


Italian auto giant Fiat has hit a new milestone with the production of its latest green vehicle, the 600e, now underway at the Tychy factory in Poland. Signifying its launch into the eco-market, the first of this zero-emission model has successfully rolled off the assembly line.

Earlier in July, Fiat gave car enthusiasts a first glimpse of the 600e. Not just an eco-friendly model, the car is a powerhouse with a 156 HP output and a robust 54 kWh battery. Moreover, it promises a commendable range of up to 400 kilometers, following the WLTP standards. An interesting tidbit is its shared platform with the Jeep Avenger, another favorite from the carmaker’s lineup.

With a rich history dating back to 1975, Fiat’s Tychy plant has been a cornerstone of its production capabilities. Over 2,000 dedicated employees work here, also producing models like the Jeep Avenger.

Adding a splash of style, the inaugural 600e to grace the roads is the top-tier La Prima version, painted in the vibrant “Sun of Italy” hue.

For those considering an eco-switch, the 600e is pegged at a starting price of €35,950 in Italy.


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