FIAT brand will switch to electric traction by 2030 – DRIVE

Tomorrow, the fifth of June, is World Environment Day. It became the formal reason for the announcement of the general director Olivier François about the upcoming radical changes. “Today our mission is to create sustainable mobility for everyone. Our duty is to bring to the market electric vehicles as soon as possible, which cost no more than cars with internal combustion engines. This is our biggest project. Between 2025 and 2030, our range will gradually become purely electric. ” So he said: electric-only.

According to François (pictured), Fiat 500 made purely electric, because even before the pandemic it was clear: “The world can no longer make compromises.” The latest warning was COVID-19, reminding of the urgent need to “do something for planet Earth.”

Initially, it was about landscaping in the literal sense. FIAT and Stefano Boeri Architetti have agreed to transform the roof of the Turin Lingotto plant into “the largest hanging gardens in Europe.” Now a “legendary track” has been laid there, on which Drive tested Fiat 500, but 28,000 trees and plants will bloom “in a few months.” Italian architect Stefano Boeri believes that “millions of leaves” will purify the air by absorbing CO2, and this is the only way to combat the already emitted carbon dioxide.

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