Believe it or not: it’s Fiat’s chance to say it’s going all-electric, without a moment to spare for famous business sectors like the UK to boycott the offer of non-charged vehicles.

In a passionate sounding explanation, Fiat’s supervisor Olivier François said: “The choice to dispatch the new 500 – electric and electric alone – was really taken before Covid-19. And, after its all said and done, we were at that point mindful that the world couldn’t take additional ‘settles’.”

“Indeed, lockdown was unquestionably the most recent of the alerts we have gotten. Around then, we saw circumstances that would have been incredible up to that point, for instance wild creatures meandering the urban communities, demonstrating nature was reclaiming what was legitimately hers.

“We were helped to remember the criticalness of making a move, of working on something for the planet Earth.”

Also, that implies something beyond selling electric city vehicles and ensuring the up and coming age of 500X and Panda go battery-controlled. Fiat will construct a nursery on its most popular milestone.

We will see the conversion of the legendary track on the roof of the former Lingotto factory in Turin into the largest hanging gardens in Europe, hosting over 28,000 plants.” Fiat says the plan to reimagine the iconic banked track is part of a sustainable project to revitalise the city of Turin. 

Just as the original Fiat 500 was the small, cheap car that basically put Italy on wheels in the late 1950s, Fiat’s latest boss wants Fiat to spearhead electric cars that are affordable by the many, not the few, saying “it is [Fiat’s] duty to bring to market electric cars that cost no more than those with an internal combustion engine, as soon as we can, in line with the falling costs of batteries.”