1963 Fiat 600 Multipla-E
The Fiat 600 Multipla is the portrait of the economic growth of Italy in the late ‘60s. The Fiat 600 was born just after the period of the WWII, when the company in Turin decided, despite the limited resources available, to pursue its idea of a popular car, for Italians who wanted to go forgot the terrible years of the conflict. The Fiat car became the symbol of the Italian post-war miracle.
Today the Fiat 600 Multipla-E shines again thanks to Ruote da Sogno. After an excellent restoration, the “little big” Multipla relives a second life: the one of electric mobility.
The machine is now equipped with an "Brushless Three-Phase Asynchronous" electric motor which guarantees a power of 29 Hp. Maintaining the original power of the 600 Multipla, the car's balance is the same, driving on the road like a normal car. The presence of the original manual gearbox, the characteristics of the car such as weight and size, maintain the driving dynamics, with all the Full-Electric cars’ advantages.
The latest Lithium Batteries allow a range that can reach up to 400 km (with the additional battery pack), guaranteeing the usability on any road, with a top speed of 95 km / h, and a reduced recharge time.
The city has no more secrets for the new Fiat 600 Multipla-E: sitting inside the brand new leather seats and the "Rosso Cartier" carpet, you can access the restricted traffic areas and park for free within the blue striped parking areas.
In this new shiny black/red color, the Fiat 600 Multipla-E marks a new start towards eco-sustainable mobility.
The basic equipment includes: fast charge cable, residential adapter for charging home and a battery with a 150 Km range.