Overall, the design of this electric hot hatch is very similar to the Fiat 500e. In the previous spy shots, this hot hatch appears to come with wider molding to accommodate a wider track, plus a large wheelbase to provide a more aggressive stance.
There’s no word on battery capacity or mileage, but it’s likely the Abarth 500 Electric will adopt a larger 42 kWh battery than the Fiat 500e.
Although information about its performance is still confusing, it is estimated that the Abarth 500 Electric will come with performance exceeding the Abarth 595 and 695 which use internal combustion engines.
In the same segment, this hot hatch is predicted to be a rival to the recently revealed Renault 5 Alpine Electric.