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Fiat Doblo goes all-electric for the first time

An all-electric version of the Fiat Doblo van is now available for the first time in the form of the E-Doblo. The body style may look familiar, because it’s based on the same platform as other Stellantis models such as the Citroen Berlingo.

The Fiat E-Doblo has a 50 kWh battery and a 175-mile WLTP driving range. It can rapid charge at 100 kW, allowing a charge to 80% to be completed in 30 minutes. The E-Doblo can also be used to power tools or other electric appliances.

The E-Doblo is available in two configurations, Panel van and Crew Cab. The Panel van comes as a short wheelbase model (with a total vehicle length of 4.4m and cargo volume of 3.3m³) or as a long wheelbase model (with a total vehicle length of 4.75m and cargo volume of 3.9m³).

Fiat E-Doblo Interior

The Crew Cab is only available as a long wheelbase model, with a total vehicle length of 4.75m and cargo volume of 3.5m³).

The E-Doblo can carry up to three people in the front seats, or the seat on the passenger side can be raised and the compartment under the seat can be used for additional storage space. This can increase the cargo capacity by 0.5m³.

The new E-Doblo is available in two trim levels, Standard and Primo, and the electric model still benefits from the same 800 kg payload, one tonne towing capacity and 3.44m of load length as the petrol and diesel models.

The E-Doblo has a camera under the right rear-view mirror and another camera above the rear doors, giving the driver three different views displayed on a five-inch digital rear-view mirror – referred to as a ‘Magic Mirror’ by Fiat. There’s also a new Head-Up Display showing key driving information.

There are three driving modes: Normal, Eco, Power, as well as a ‘B’ setting for increased brake regeneration.

Orders are now open for the all-electric Fiat E-Doblo van, with prices starting from £27,855; the price excludes VAT @ 20% and is after the Plug-In Van Grant (PiVG) (subject to regulatory approval).