We all know that one person who is known by many different nicknames, don’t we? Well, in the automotive industry too, there are a few vehicles that are known by different names depending on where the vehicle is sold. One great example is a van in Europe known as Citroën Jumpy, Peugeot Traveller, Peugeot Expert, Toyota ProAce and Opel Vivaro. All of these, of course, have electric versions, and the latest name to join that lineup is the Fiat E-Ulysse.
The E-Ulysse is the brand’s second all-electric offering after the New 500. Visually, I think the E-Ulysse is the best looking among the aforementioned lineup, thanks to that large FIAT logo on the grille, which when combined with the 17-inch alloy wheels, lends the vehicle a sporty flair. The van is available in 7- and 8-seater configurations.
The dashboard is identical to that of its cousins with a 7-inch touchscreen in the middle and the same instrument cluster. You also get that panoramic glass roof with adjustable air vents in the middle. Other key features include Apple CarPlay & Android Auto connectivity, TomTom navigation, and ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) such as Traffic Sign Recognition, Lane Departure Warning, Forward collision warning, Active Emergency Braking, and more.
The Fiat E-Ulysse offers only one 75 kWh battery pack option, feeding a 100 kW (136 metric hp) front motor. The range is claimed to be 330 km (206 mi) as per the WLTP cycle.