At this year's Solutrans exhibition, Stellantis announced an update of its entire range of commercial vehicles, including a new Fiat E-Ducato van with 261 miles range. The lineup of vans includes vehicles for Opel, Vauxhall, Peugeot and Citroen since Stellantis owns a bunch of European brands.
Arguably, the most interesting update is the Fiat E-Ducato with 261 miles of autonomy thanks to its huge 110 kWh battery. A hydrogen version of the van is also in the works.
The new E-Ducato, which isn't exactly new as the model itself was released earlier this year, is part of Stellantis' second-generation large vans that includes the Peugeot E-Boxer, the Citroen e-Jumper and the Opel Movano-e.
The entire range of vans boasts new larger infotainment screens with an updated interface, Dynamic Surround Vision for better visibility around the vehicle and 18 driving assistance systems. Cellular connectivity is also present, so companies can manage the entire fleet of e-vans more easily.
All vans are present at the Solutrans exhibition between 21 and 25 November in Lyon, France.