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Fiat’s second electric utility after the e-Ducato, the new e-Scudo is none other than a carbon copy of the other models in the Stellantis range.
As one of the first models resulting from the Fiat/PSA merger, the new Scudo arrives on the market. A true clone of the Citroën Jumpy and Peugeot Expert, the new Italian utility vehicle is obviously entitled to its 100% electric version.
Up to 330 km range
On the technical side, no big surprise. The new Scudo inherits the same configuration as the other models in the Stellantis range. Powered by a 100 kW (136 hp) electric motor, it comes in two battery configurations: 50 and 75 kWh. With the larger of the two batteries, the WLTP autonomy is announced at 330 kilometers.
On the charging side, Fiat’s new electric utility receives an 11 kW on-board charger coupled to a direct current fast charging device climbing up to 100 kW.
The loading capacities are the same as on the thermal versions. In its long version (5.3 m), the Fiat e-Scudo thus offers 6.6 m3 of cargo volume, 1 ton of payload and 1 ton of towing capacity.
If the prices of the electric Fiat Scudo have not yet been announced, they should be close to those of the Citroën e-Jumpy, invoiced from €33,650 excluding tax with the 50 kWh battery.