Was Fiat the Surprise EV Hero of Geneva’s Motor Show?
The historically anti-EV Italian carmaker went to Geneva with … an electric surprise. Its Centoventi concept — a Panda-sized retro-inspired EV — is a fully electric car packed with clever ideas. From 3D-printable add-on gadgets to interchangeable seats to customizable body panels, this totally unexpected mini car (just 3.68m long) also boasts the most modular battery arrangement any carmaker ever thought of, which Fiat calls “Add-a-pack” battery system. From a single-pack, 100 km (62 miles) range base model, all the way to a five-pack 500 km (310 miles) top version, you have your choice in 100 km increments.