The Fiat 500 electric car has been the best-selling electric city car in Denmark in the first half of 2021. It can also be leased with unlimited kilometres for 510 euros per month and no advance payment with the brand new and revolutionary LEASYS UNLIMITED private leasing.
The new electric Fiat 500, which was released in Denmark at the end of 2020, has been well received by the Danes. The sales of electric automobiles in the A and B sectors during the first half of 2021 demonstrate this. The Fiat 500 electric car is first in its own A class, and the tiny, attractive electric vehicle is also first overall in both the A and B segments.
The Fiat 500 is now the country's best-selling electric city car. With 337 units sold, it accounts for 46.6 % of A-segment electric car sales and 23.4 % of A- and B-segment electric car sales. Sales have continued since the end of the first half of the year, with a total of 379 Fiat 500s sold so far this year.
Its success can be attributed to a number of factors. The Fiat 500e has a lot of vintage 500 charm, yet it was designed from the start to be an electric vehicle. As a result, the latest Italian icon is built for the future, and it offers a level of autonomous driving that has never been seen before in the class.
It is available in three different versions: hatchback, convertible, and smart 3 + 1, which features an additional rear-hinged door on the high side for quick access to the back seat. The Fiat 500 comes in four different equipment packages: Action, Passion, Icon, and the top-of-the-line "la Prima." The Fiat 500 has a WLTP range of up to 316 kilometres and a total range of 445 kilometres in the city. Prices begin at 25,500 euros, and it is also available for private lease.
The Fiat 500 Icon and 500C Icon are at the top of the sales lists at the same time as Fiat is the first in the automotive industry to create a completely new and revolutionary type of private leasing. LEASYS UNLIMITED is the name of the program.
The standard features - servicing, maintenance, budget security, and roadside assistance - are still included, but you have complete independence without the fear of having to pay for overrun miles. For the Fiat 500 Icon, that independence may be had for as little as 0 euros down and 510 euros per month for 36 months. The payout for the Fiat 500C Icon with hood is 0 euros, with a monthly payment of 537 euros.
The Fiat 500 Icon features 16-inch alloy wheels, a 10.25-inch touch screen with wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto, air conditioning, rain sensor, automatic light sensor, and lane assistant in addition to unrestricted mobility. The range is 316 kilometres WLTP and up to 443 kilometres in the city. You can drive as much as you like at completely set expenses if you combine LEASYS UNLIMITED private leasing with a charging membership.
The new Fiat 500 has grown in width and length by 6 centimetres, and the wheelbase has been extended by 2 centimetres, making it more capacious, along with improved storage space. It is available in three different versions and four different equipment variations, including the well-known and famous hatchback and convertible and a new and smart 3 + 1 model.
A tiny revolution is 3 + 1. It features the same design and proportions as previous Fiat 500 models, as well as a fixed roof. Then there's a tiny door at the back, which is an extension of the main door. The little back door is hinged from behind. This allows you to open up the entire side of the car and gain ideal access to the back seat, which is useful if you need to transport children or larger items. Only the standard door and the little door can be opened together. This isn't the first time the Fiat 500 has had a rear-hinged door. Thus 3 + 1 is a homage to the original Fiat 500 from 1957, which had rear-hinged doors.
The Fiat 500e "la Prima" launch variant was unveiled in the spring. For 36,000 euros, it delivers the best in technology and, as the first city car, it comes with autonomous driving at level 2. The three equipment varieties, Action, Passion, and Icon, have now been added to the mix. Fiat 500 Action is designed for city driving and is only available as a hatchback with a 23.7 kWh battery and a WLTP range of up to 180 kilometres. It contains a pedestrian and cyclist detection system as well as an automatic emergency brake. In addition, it comes equipped with a lane departure warning system, sign recognition, inattention alarm, and an automated emergency call. It also has 15-inch rims, LED headlights, manual air conditioning, and an auto parking brake.
The new Fiat 500 electric car has a contemporary design. It's obvious that this is a new vehicle, but it's also obvious that it's a Fiat 500. The front is vertical, just like it was in 1957, and the headlamps are both iconic and modern. The Fiat 500e, on the other hand, is still a electric car that makes you smile, and it hasn't lost its casual charm. A practical example is the car's AVAS (Acoustic Vehicle Alert System), which changes to the tune from Fellini's film Amarcord, composed by Nino Rota, at speeds above 20 km / h.