The 2024 Fiat 500e (RED): Iconic Resurgence in the U.S.

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Fiat 500e (Credits: Car and Driver)

After much anticipation, Fiat has unveiled details about the forthcoming 2024 Fiat 500e set to make its return to the American market. The first units slated for the U.S. will be the special-edition (RED) model, available for order exclusively through the FiatPass digital collectible platform.

Prospective buyers keen on securing this limited-edition variant can sign up online. The complete revelation of the 500e is scheduled for December 5, promising a more comprehensive insight into the model.

2024 Fiat 500e (RED)
2024 Fiat 500e (RED) (Credits: Car and Driver)

The U.S.-spec 500e, distinguishable by its amber reflector lights on the front fender, represents a new chapter for the iconic vehicle. The (RED) edition boasts vibrant red exterior paint and eye-catching black 24-spoke wheels. A preliminary glimpse of the interior reveals a continuation of the red color theme, with a stylish red trim extending across the dashboard from the gauge cluster.

While the exact pricing is yet to be officially confirmed, expectations point to a starting price of around $34,000 for the 500e. The powertrain is anticipated to mirror its European counterpart, featuring a front-mounted electric motor generating 117 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque. The U.S. version is likely to be equipped with the larger of the two available battery packs, potentially offering an approximate range of 150 miles.

The official U.S. reveal of the 500e is slated for December 5, providing a platform to unveil additional details. The anticipated arrival of the model in the American market is scheduled for the first quarter of 2024, with future models expected to follow. The initial release of the (RED) special editions aligns with a charitable initiative supporting Product Red, an organization dedicated to funding HIV and AIDS research.

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