- Centoventi stands for 120 in Italian
- Will offer a driving range of 60 miles in the city
- Three additional batteries can be added to boost the driving range to a maximum of 300 miles
As a part of the celebration of their 120th anniversary, Fiat revealed the Centoventi (Italian for 120) concept at the ongoing Geneva Motor Show 2019. The boxy all-electric concept gets rectangular headlamps with an upright fascia that reminds us of the classic Fiats. Fiat claims that the concept expresses the brand’s idea of electric mass mobility in near future.
Although technical specifications are not known, for now, reports claim that the Centoventi will offer a driving range of 60 miles in the city. For longer journeys, three additional batteries can be added which will boost the driving range to a maximum of 300 miles. The company claims that the batteries can be removed or fitted without much effort at the service centre. Fiat further adds that the vehicle handling is not affected by the extra batteries.
The company will also offer customisation options with the production model based on individual taste. The customisation programme called '4U', will offer a choice of four different roofs, four different wheel choices, four different bumpers and four external wraps.