After Peugeot, Citroën and Opel (as well as Toyota as an outside company), Fiat also acquired the mid-range seller Stellantis Group based on the EMP2 platform. That’s not a huge change, as the Scudo has been close to the Expert/Jumpy/Proace thus far, but while other models have already switched over to the new underpinnings in 2016-2017, the Fiat Scudo only now has access to what it has replaced the Talento over the years. The last five. The Renault Trafic / Nissan Primastar / Opel Vivaro twins were marketed under the name.
The Fiat Scudo is available in all three body lengths (4.6, 5.0 and 5.3 metres) and an associated cargo capacity of 4.6-6.1 cubic metres, with a maximum payload of 1.4 tonnes. The cargo space of the largest version can be expanded to 6.6 cubic meters using the Moduwork system, which provides multifunctional folding passenger seats and an opening partition – in this case, objects up to 4.0 meters high can be transported by car.
The largest novelty of the car, which can be ordered with diesel engines of 1.5 and 2.0 liters (102-177 hp), is an electric motor with a power of 136 hp and a battery of 50 or 75 kWh, which can cover up to 330 kilometers on one engine. Shipping (measured according to WLTP standard). Battery packs can be charged up to 100 kW, reaching 80% of their full capacity in 45 minutes.
The Scudo also gets dozens of advanced driver support features, from sign recognition to automatic emergency braking to lane departure warning. There is no all-wheel drive, but the GripControl system can be ordered, which helps you advance on non-standard surfaces by controlling the stability control system.
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