Fiat has not revealed much about the new Ducato BEV, but has said it will be launched with a pilot scheme to Fiat’s “major clients”.Enquire now on a new Van
The project aims to provide feedback on the specific needs of customers ahead of the model being available to the public, with major clients available to pre-order the Ducato later in 2018.
Fiat has promised that there will be no trade-off when it comes to its load capacity and performance. Despite the Peugeot and Citroen vans tending to be more popular in the UK, the Fiat is a big-seller elsewhere in Europe, and is massively important for the motorhome market, with three out of four campervans being based on the Ducato.
The Ducato EV will join a growing number of electric vans varying in shapes and sizes. Some of the cheapest all-electric commercial vehicles come from Renault and Nissan, while larger models are available from Mercedes, Volkswagen and Iveco.