The Fiat 500e has been completely sold out for 2013 in the United States, as a recent report is saying.
The announcement hasn’t been made by the Italian based automaker and it’s actually coming from a report by which is saying that the entire production run of the Fiat 500e has been completely sold out until the end of the year. Our source’s report is quoting the company’s North America president and CEO, Jason Stoicevich. We don’t exactly know how many cars were available for 2013 across the United States but they can’t be a lot, considering the fact that the model has been on sale since April.
As a quick reminder, the Fiat 500e has been priced from 32,500 USD, but with a 36-month lease plan, the model can be bought from just 199 USD and 999 USD due at signing. California residents can have the car from just 20,500 UD, after state incentives, rebates and federal credits. The Fiat 500e is powered by an electric motor, which is generating 111 BHP (83 kW) and 147 lb-ft of torque (200 Nm), “helped” by a 20 kWh lithium-ion battery. The car’s range stands at 87 miles (140 km) and top speed is 85 mph (137 km/h).