Fiat announced the return to the range of two models: the Ulysse van and the Scudo van. Both are redesigned Peugeot / Citroen / Opel versions and will be available with both internal combustion engines and an all-electric powertrain. Passenger Ulysse will offer from six to nine seats, that is, it is suitable for both business and family. Freight Scudo will be released in three body lengths: Van, Combi and Cab.
New Fiat Ulysse (the predecessor was produced from 1994 to 2002) and Fiat Professional Scudo (1996-2016) will enter the assembly line of the Stellantis plant in Orden commune, France. Both models, in fact, are revised Peugeot expert / Traveler, Citroen Jumpy / SpaceTourer and Opel Vivaro / Zafira Life, that is, they are based on the eMP2 platform. The range of engines, most likely, is also common. It is already known that Fiats will have both versions with internal combustion engines (probably BlueHDi diesels) and with an electric power plant from e-Traveler / e-expert.
Peugeot battery vans are equipped with an electric motor with a capacity of 136 forces and 260 Nm of torque, as well as a traction battery with a capacity of 50 or 75 kilowatt-hours. The power reserve for the WLPT cycle is 230 and 330 kilometers, respectively. From a “fast” terminal with a capacity of 100 kilowatts, cars are charged up to 80 percent in 30 minutes. From devices for 11 and 7.4 kilowatt-hours – in five and 7.5 hours. Charging takes 31 hours when plugged into a household outlet.
The Fiat Professional Scudo van will offer three lengths: Van, Combi and Cab. The passenger Ulysse will have six to nine seats. Acceptance of orders for a commercial van will open at the end of this year or early next year. Ulysse will hit major markets in the first quarter of 2022.