This week, Fiat has revealed its own take on the Citroën Ami with the all-new Topolino. If that name sounds familiar, it’s because it was used back in the early 1900s on a car that was produced from 1936 to 1955. The new car is based on the existing Citroën Ami and is the company’s second EV. Fiat has said that the new Topolino has been designed to “encapsulate the coolness” of the original Fiat 500.
So far, this is the second car from Stellantis to be based on the little Ami. Opel launched the Rocks-e in 2021 and now we have a Fiat. The Opel is only available in Germany and the Fiat isn’t expected to come to the UK at all.
In the image above, you can see the Topolino is finished in a nice teal colour, which is actually the same colour used on the launch Fiat 500 back in 1957. Inside, there is cream leather seats, open sides and a retractable brown cloth roof.
Due to being based on the Citroën Ami, the Fiat Topolino shares the same drivetrain. This means a 5.5kWh battery pack, 28mph top speed and a range of 46 miles.