Fiat has this week revealed the official UK pricing for the new Fiat 600e, after the car was revealed in July earlier this year. In the UK, the base model 600e will start from £32,995 and offer 249 miles of range. The car sits on a new e-CMP2 shared Stellantis platform, shared with the new Jeep Avenger. The new car will go sale in October and will start being delivered to customers in early 2024.

As mentioned the new 600e shares a lot of components with the Jeep Avenger and will be going head to head with the electric crossover segment, which is getting more crowded as the days go by. Both cars will be competing with the Kia Niro EV and the new Volvo EX30.

Fiat hasn’t used the 600 name since 2010, when it was lasted used on the little hatchback. Jeep also has done the same with the Avenger, a badge once used in its history.

Earlier this year, Jeep revealed that the Avenger would be getting a combustion variant in some markets, which also included the UK. Fiat has also confirmed that this will also be the case with the 600e. From launch both cars will only be available as pure electric versions, bit will have hybrid versions later down the line. For the case of Fiat, the 500X will still be sold alongside the new 600 and 600e.