For those who want to buy a Fiat 500e, the Italian manufacturer has just announced that the small electric vehicle is priced at $32,500 dollars MSRP. Moreover, eligible California residents will be able to purchase the 500e for as low as $20,500, after federal credits, state incentives and FIAT rebates are included.
This means that the 500e will cost about $200 less than the current starting price of a comparably-equipped Fiat 500 Lounge powered by a gas engine. The 500e will be offered to California residents at launch with a $199 a month/$999 due at signing lease for 36 months, which means that it will be offered at the same price as the Fiat 500 Pop powered by a gas engine.
For those who don’t know, the Fiat 500e is powered by an electric motor delivering 111 hp (83 kW) and 147 pound-feet of torque. The energy is stored in a 24 kWh hour liquid-cooled/heated lithium-ion battery able to propel the car for more than 80 miles. You can find more details about the Fiat 500e here.