Electrive reports that Fiat brand chief Olivier Francois explained that there was a "real need for more affordable EVs".

Another small Stellantis EV will be available on the EU market in the form of the Citroen e-C3, also starting at a said sub-25.000 euros. Citroen officials confirmed that the battery-powered C3 will be made in Slovakia and it will also aim to compete with the Dacia Spring, but also with the upcoming France-made Renault 5 electric.

Compared to the Indian and South American variants of the e-C3, the European model will have a larger battery, allowing for up to 420 kilometers of range, which is 120 km more than the aforementioned variants.

Fiat's most popular EV, the 500-electric, could be brought to the US in the near future, as per company officials.

The Italian company wants to offer only battery-powered cars by the next decade.