If you want a small, stylish, eco-friendly car to zip around the city, check out the new Fiat Topolino.
The Fiat Topolino is a modern reinterpretation of the iconic Italian microcar that debuted in 1936 and became a symbol of affordable mobility and post-war recovery. The name Topolino means "little mouse" in Italian, but it's also a nickname for Mickey Mouse.
The new Fiat Topolino is not a mouse but an electric car that promises to electrify urban mobility with a unique taste of dolce vita. It's part of Fiat's plan to become an all-electric brand by 2025, following the success of the Fiat 500 electric car.
A compact and charming design
The Fiat Topolino is a two-seater car that measures just 2.5 meters (8.2 feet) long and 1.5 meters (4.9 feet) wide, making it easy to park and maneuver in tight spaces. It has a retro-inspired design that pays homage to the original Topolino, with round headlights, a chrome grille, a fabric roof, and a rear-mounted engine.
The electric car is available in four colors: Bianco (white), Rosso (red), Blu (blue), and Verde (green), each with a contrasting roof color. The interior is simple and elegant, with a digital dashboard, a leather steering wheel and seats, and a touchscreen infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The Fiat Topolino also features some smart technologies, such as wireless charging, keyless entry, lane assist, adaptive cruise control, and a rear-view camera. It also has a voice assistant that can recognize natural language commands and respond with an Italian accent.