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Chrysler And Fiat 500EV - Web Exclusive

In 2012, Chrysler Group will manufacture the Fiat 500EV for the United States market.

Mar 24, 2010

FIAT & CHRYSLER TO DEVELOP NEW ELECTRIC FIAT 500EV FOR USA

Chrysler announced plans to engineer and produce a pure electric vehicle using the award-winning Fiat 500 platform.

Shown earlier this year at the 2010 North American International Auto Show, the Fiat 500EV demonstrates the immediate benefits of the alliance between Chrysler Group and the Fiat Group, as well as the speed at which the two companies can work together on advanced vehicle programs.

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"The alliance with Fiat presented new opportunities to merge Chrysler engineering knowledge with new platforms, and the Fiat 500EV is an outstanding example of our efforts," said Scott Kunselman from Chrysler. "The Fiat 500 is a small, lightweight platform perfect for integrating electric-vehicle technology."

The Fiat 500EV powertrain is comprised of three main systems; high-power electric powertrain module, advance lithium-ion battery, and an EV control unit to manage power flow.

Beginning in 2012, Chrysler Group will manufacture the Fiat 500EV for the United States market. All powertrain engineering and vehicle development will take place at Chrysler Group headquarters in Auburn Hills, MI. Pricing will be announced closer to launch, but will be competitive with similar electric vehicles in the market.

Chrysler Group is the vehicle electrification center of competence for both Chrysler and Fiat. The company is exploring ways to promote zero-emission transportation and the development of an electric-vehicle charging infrastructure through partnerships to be announced in the future.

Last year, Chrysler announced the company's intention to build the Fiat 500 with a combustion engine for North America. That vehicle will debut in late 2010.

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