At first glance, the E-Ulysse looks like a people mover variant of the Fiat Scudo commercial van.
If you look at the base, the E-Ulysse is not only related to the Scudo, but also to the Citroen Jumpy, Peugeot Expert, and Toyota ProAce.
Regarding dimensions, the E-Ulysse comes in a choice of Medium with a body length of 4,956 mm or Large with a body length of 5,306 mm.
In width or height, the E-Ulysse Medium and Large both have a width of 2,010 mm and a height of 1,890 mm.
Interestingly, the Fiat E-Ulysse has a choice of 8-seater and 7-seater which is claimed to be very flexible with various configurations.
One of the configurations is the Club which actually gives the impression of an office space running similar to the Hyundai Staria Signature 9.
This impression is enhanced by the presence of a folding table that can accommodate devices such as laptops or tablets.
Of course in terms of capacity, the Club configuration only accommodates a maximum of seven people, two people less than the Hyundai Staria Signature 9.
For the specifications of the Fiat E-Ulysse, this minivan is equipped with an electric motor that drives 100 kW or 136 hp and 260 Nm of torque.
Not to forget Fiat provides two choices of Lithium-ion batteries for the E-Ulysse, namely 50 kWh and 75 kWh.
Fiat claims that the 75 kWh battery E-Ulysse can reach 330 kilometers according to the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedures (WLTP).