Time for new arrivals within the world of commercial vehicles as far as Fiat is concerned and it is also the right time for a nostalgic return.

If we took a step back in time and go back to the 90s, many would remember the legendary Fiat Ulysse.

We are talking about a perfect vehicle for large families as its minivan structure was able to perfectly fill all the space requirements and all the needs of great spaciousness, without forgetting the comfort side.

The new Fiat Scudo Professional and Fiat Ulysse were announced a few days ago and will be manufactured at the Stellantis plant in France.

Both vehicles will be available both with thermal engines but also with 100% electric versions in order to have an impact on the environment with zero emissions and to be able to comply with all the most stringent European regulations based on the environment.

Both vehicles will be available with a triple length according to the customer's needs.

Fiat Ulysse will therefore be a vehicle available in different combinations of seats, aimed both at people and families who need a lot of space but also at professional versions for the transport of people such as rental with driver.

To see these new vehicles on the road we would have to wait until the end of 2021 and the beginning of 2022, with peaks until the first quarter of 2022 for the Fiat Ulysse.

These two vehicles are the history of Fiat as if the Fiat Ulysse was produced between '94 and 2002, the Scudo commercial vehicle was produced from '96 until 2016.

This new collaboration with the other car manufacturers within the Stellantis world has therefore pushed Fiat to create a vehicle that is also perfect for the city and with an important spaciousness as regards the Fiat Ulysse.

The latter in fact will be very versatile thanks to the possibility of hosting up to 9 people with a base of 5 components obviously.

For the future, as we said earlier, there will also be zero-emission electric versions and this is perfect for all those urban areas where zero-emission vehicles are necessary to be able to enter the restricted traffic zone.

As for Stellantis, it has therefore decided to undertake an important electrification project and in the next three years plans to make the entire range of commercial vehicles electrified and also to build vans powered by hydrogen cells by the end of 2021.

According to the data and forecasts of the Italian-French group, in 9 years, low-emission vehicles will account for over 70% of sales in Europe and over 40% in the United States.

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