Hybrid vehicles

A great way to reach your destination with lower CO2 emissions.​

Get to know the Fiat Hybrid range

Fiat’s hybrid powertrains feature a petrol engine that benefits from a measure of electric assistance for lower fuel consumption. Fiat 500 Hybrid and Fiat Panda have larger alternators, providing extra charge to the 12V battery to achieve a smoother power curve. While Fiat 500X has a second 48V battery and an electric motor, which will drive the car during pull-away and deceleration in place of the petrol engine, thereby saving fuel.
New Fiat 600 Hybrid is the latest exciting addition to the Fiat Hybrid range – adding more colour and Dolce Vita style to the line-up.

Lighter, in emissions and materials

You’ll enjoy lively performance from New Fiat 600 Hybrid, Fiat Panda and Fiat 500 Hybrid, as their lighter 3-cylinder petrol engines are supplemented by Fiat’s hybrid technology. Meaning lower CO2 emissions, better fuel consumption, and more smiles!

No charging required

The battery in all Fiat hybrid models is charged through regenerative braking, which means they recharge while you drive and brake.
This means you don't need to stop to recharge the battery.

It's good for you and the environment​

Fewer restrictions*

EVs enjoy easier access to many urban areas

*For free access to some restricted traffic zones you may still need to apply for permission from the authority

Reduced running costs

Home charging is currently the cheapest way to fuel a vehicle. Especially if you can benefit from an overnight tariff from Fiat’s partner Octopus Energy.

Calmer driving experience

Smoother acceleration, no gear changes, and hardly any noise from the electric motor.


It's much simpler because there are fewer components and fluids to replace.

Hybrid Vehicles
100% Electric Vehicles
New 600 Hybrid
500 Hybrid
New 600e
Full Electric
Full Electric

Driving Electric FAQs


Electric recharging at home using a Wallbox can work out far cheaper than running a petrol or diesel vehicle. Fiat has gone into partnership with Octopus Energy, one of the few UK domestic energy suppliers to offer cheaper night time tariffs, ideal for charging an EV at home.
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The mechanics of an EV are much simpler than those of a traditional car, as there are fewer moving components and fewer liquids to top-up or replace during servicing. Thanks to regenerative braking, even the brakes are used less often than in traditional cars, so last longer.


Many towns and cities are operating, or are introducing, their own traffic schemes. As a rule, electric cars are exempt from such schemes as they emit zero tailpipe emissions. It's important to check the details of any local scheme, as you may need to register your EV and, in some cases, pay a small one-off fee to gain exemption.


Quite the opposite! An EV is perfect for city driving. Using the regenerative braking function, you can almost drive with one foot, and you get the buzz that comes from instant acceleration.


Electric cars drive smoothly as they have no gears, plus they produce very little noise. The result is a relaxing environment, which significantly reduces the stress of driving.​​


Absolutely! The BIK rate for All-electric 500 for the 2023/24 tax year is just 2%. That means huge savings, even if you’re moving from a hybrid vehicle.


While it is possible to plug in to a domestic 3-pin socket, this method is not recommended as it may overload your home's wiring (it also requires an accessory Standard Mode 2 charging cable). The safest and most economical way to charge your EV is by plugging into a professionally installed Wallbox charger, using the Single-Phase Mode 3 charging cable supplied with your electric Fiat. A Wallbox charges at 7.4kWh - three times the speed of a domestic power socket. The costs to recharge at home vary depending on the energy provider, allowing you to shop around, and invariably making it cheaper than using public charging points where rates are fixed. Octopus Energy will install a competitively priced Ohme home or workplace Wallbox charger as part of their partnership with Fiat
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There are several types of public charging station: fast chargers range in power from 7 kW to 22kW, while Rapid charging stations go from 50kW right up to 350kW, enabling you to get 80% charged in 30 minutes or less. They used to be found mainly at motorway services, but are becoming more commonplace, for instance at supermarkets and town car parks. There are numerous operators of charging points. Some allow for a simple swipe of a credit card to get charging, while others may ask you to register with their smartphone app and in some instances pre-load your account with funds. Octopus Energy, in partnership with Fiat, offer their Electroverse smartphone app, which brings together the majority of the UK's public charge-point suppliers. Making usage and payment straightforward, as well as helping with journey planning.
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The larger battery 42kWh 118hp versions of All-Electric Fiat 500 have an impressive official combined-use range of 199 miles (WLTP combined cycle). Their official urban-use range is an amazing 285 miles (WLTP city cycle). The smaller battery 24kWh 93hp versions of All-Electric Fiat 500 still manage a very usable combined-use range of 118.1 miles (WLTP combined cycle) and 159.7 miles in urban-use (WLTP city cycle).
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