From 14 years old
The Fiat Topolino is an Italian-style variation of the now famous Citroën Ami. It is therefore an electric quadricycle accessible from the age of 14 to young people with AM training or to all people born before January 1, 1988. If the design of the Ami breaks quite radically with the other productions of the chevron brand, its Turin version focuses more on vintage by recalling flagship Fiat products, such as the first 500 to come off the production lines in 1936. We will leave it to our readers to form their own opinion, but it is clear that the Topolino does not lack charm and elegance.
Pre-orders November 21
Fiat launched a pre-order campaign called Be the First on July 4, which attracted more than 4,500 potential buyers registered online. The Italian manufacturer announces the opening of orders on Tuesday, November 21 with a new purchasing process which follows the principles of that inaugurated by the Citroën Ami. Everything happens online and once the basket is validated, the consumer will be able to receive their dashing Topolino at home. He can also choose delivery to a dealership. The consumer obviously benefits from assistance and a 3D configurator.
An aggressive LLD offer
The Fiat Topolino is offered in two versions, open or closed, at €8,990 (ecological bonus of €900 included). An LLD offer is billed at €59/month under the following conditions: 36-month commitment and 15,000 km included, without contribution, nor any takeover conditions and bonus.