The base version, which can travel 111 miles on a charge, only costs 23,700 euros or around $28,000. Fiat says the longer-range model costs 25,200 euros (just under $30,000), but both cars include incentives that take the price much lower. Italy’s 6,000-euro EV incentive effectively brings the starting price down to 19,900 euros (around $23,500). Buyers can also take advantage of a further incentive if they scrap their old vehicle, bringing the price down to just 17,000 euros (around $20,000).
There are very few sub-$20,000 cars left in the United States, let alone electric options like the Fiat 500. The closest car we have to the 500 here in the US is the Mini 500 SE, which starts at $29,900 and comes with a 114-mile driving range. Sadly, the Fiat 500 was already discontinued here, and the company has no plans to sell this new model outside of Europe.