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Kragujevac to Manufacture New Generation of Fiat Electric Vehicles from 2024

From 2024, a new generation of Fiat's electric vehicles will be manufactured in Kragujevac, Serbia. This was announced by the Stellantis group, which also plans to set up facilities in Morocco and Brazil for the production of these vehicles.

According to the release, workers at the Fiat factory have already completed their training, and the first vehicles are expected to be ready next year.

The new generation of the popular small city car, the “Panda,” is undergoing an upgrade to an electric drive and will move up a class. The forthcoming Fiat B-class crossover, about four meters in length, is set to be launched in 2024.

The new vehicle, named “Pandlina,” will be sold globally with countless customizations for specific markets, as announced by Carlos Tavares, the director of Stellantis Group, and reported by RTS.

The base model of the new “Panda Hybrid” is expected to be priced around 15,000 euros, while the electric version will be around 20,000 euros.

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