New FIAT Ulysse 2022 Returns

New FIAT Ulysse 2022 Returns

After an eight-year break, the Fiat Ulysse 2022 will be returning to the market this year. This unique and stylish SUV will feature state-of-the-art technology as you’ve never seen before, with an emphasis on safety, comfort, and convenience that is second to none in the auto industry. Don’t believe us? Read on!

Here are some renderings of the new Fiat Ulysse 2022

The Ulysse returns in 2022 after an eight-year break as the Fiat E-Ulyss. Featuring three levels of autonomous driving, electric power, and hydrogen fuel cell options, a 963 hp engine, and a 4.3-mile zero-emission range, it is a groundbreaking vehicle from Fiat. The name E-Ulyss means pure joy or happiness in ancient Greek; will you be happy with your new Ulysse?

A hybrid version will also be available

Called Ulysses e-Hybrid, it’s a plug-in hybrid that will borrow its electric powertrain from an upcoming Alfa Romeo SUV, but with more power. It will be able to run about 15 miles on battery alone at speeds up to 75 mph before engaging a gasoline engine. The standard Ulysses returns with a 982cc three-cylinder turbocharged engine rated at 84 horsepower and 106 pound-feet of torque and an eight-speed automatic transmission. It comes standard with all-wheel drive. The zero to 60 times is expected to be around 7 seconds, which isn’t lightning fast but not too shabby for a van.

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What We Know About the Fiat E-Ulysses 2022

Fiat revealed a new name, Ulysses, for its upcoming three-row crossover concept at the Geneva Motor Show. According to Automotive News Europe, Fiat also said that it was considering launching an electric version of Ulysses under its E-Mobility banner. What we don’t know is when production will begin or what kind of car it will be based on. It’s likely to be a rebadged Chrysler Pacifica from FCA’s partnership with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, but other vehicles such as Alfa Romeo Giulia or Maserati Levante could work too.

Here’s a First Look at the New Fiat Ulysse 2022

The Fiat Ulysse will return for its second generation, taking inspiration from an electric SUV that is already on sale in China. The Ulysse nameplate was used for two generations of minivans produced by French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroën from 1991 to 2013. By 2017, Fiat had resurrected several discontinued brands including Alfa Romeo and Maserati; and rumors had swirled about a possible Ulysse comeback under a new Italian manufacturer. It’s expected that Fiat will present its new Ulysse range at Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2018, with production set to begin at the Melfi plant around January 2019.

More Details Emerge on Fiat’s New SUV

Fiat CEO Michael Manley recently confirmed that a new Ulysse SUV is on its way. The French automaker has been promising to release an all-new E-Ulyss, which was actually first unveiled as a concept vehicle at last year’s Frankfurt Motor Show. But following Manley’s revelation, there are now even more details on what we can expect from Fiat’s newest offering and just how much it will cost when it finally hits dealerships. Get ready for lots of tech and comfort, with only a dash of performance to keep things interesting.

Next Generation Fiat Ulysse 2022 Rendered Ahead of Debut Next Year

As Fiat prepares to debut its next-generation Ulysse sedan at next month’s Geneva Motor Show, a third-party design firm has released its own vision of what’s to come. Automotive News Europe got an early look at renders created by CARS Design that show a sedan with more angular lines and prominent rear haunches than today’s model. The changes are undoubtedly inspired by designer Ralph Gilles, who is head of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) design operation as well as president and CEO of SRT. In addition to designing vehicles for FCA brands like Dodge, Gilles serves as design director for Maserati, Alfa Romeo, and Abarth.

Two battery capacities, 50 and 75 kWh

The E-Ulysse will come equipped with a 50 kWh battery (235 miles, NEDC) or a 75 kWh battery (305 miles, NEDC). Both are safe and efficient solutions based on standardized battery cells and will offer drivers of all types of lifestyles and needs to optimize their trips. The 50 kWh version will be available for daily commutes, providing drivers with more than 300 km (186 miles) on a single charge. Those who use their Ulysse more frequently can choose from multiple charging solutions. The stations are standard, fast chargers that fully recharge batteries within one hour, while dedicated fast-charger stations can fully charge an E-Ulysse’s battery within 30 minutes.

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Range of up to 330 km in the WLTP cycle

City to work, weekend getaways, and long journeys, E-Ulyss meets all these requirements. The Ulysse E-Torque is an ideal solution for free movement in cities as well as out of town, meeting everyone’s mobility needs: city to work, weekend getaways, and long journeys. With a range of up to 330 km, thanks to its 80 kWh battery pack and 100 kW (136 hp) electric motor, E-Ulyss offers a perfect combination of features for both those who travel frequently between city centers and those who travel on intercity routes: urban usability combined with great range.

Top speed of 130 km/h

The Fiat E-Ulysses 2022 concept debuted with a top speed of 130 km/h. That was impressive for a plug-in hybrid crossover, but we’ve just learned that the powertrain will actually return to the market as early as 2022 as an addition to Fiat’s Ulysse range. The four-wheel-drive EV is said to be capable of running solely on electric power for up to 35 kilometers (22 miles). Assuming it doesn’t undergo any drastic change since its debut, a production version of the E-Ulysses should have around 400 horsepower on tap when combined with its electric motor and engine.

Maximum power of 100 kW (136 hp)

The new Fiat Ulysse, which will go on sale in 2022, can reach a top speed of 180 km/h and accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 11.5 seconds when it is equipped with a 3-cylinder petrol engine that puts out 85 kW (113 hp). The top version is also available with a 4-cylinder engine that has an output of 150 kW (204 hp) and delivers a peak torque of 250 Nm (184 lb-ft). It accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 8.8 seconds. Fuel consumption has been kept to a minimum thanks to lightweight materials such as aluminum for both outer body panels and for inner reinforcements and other parts.

Torque of 260 Nm

Like many modern cars, the Ulysse will come with four-wheel drive as standard. The new engine’s torque of 260 Nm means 0 to 100 km/h can be achieved in 7.1 seconds and the top speed is an electronically limited 280 km/h. The combined average fuel consumption is 3.4 liters per 100 kilometers (78 mpg) according to the EU test cycle, making it one of the most economical engines at its level. CO2 emissions are 135 g/km, which places it in tax bands B and C for cars of between 825cc and 1600cc – which equates to tax rates of EUR 130 and EUR 200 respectively.

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Fitted as standard with a 100-kW fast charge system

Fiat is confident its new fast-charging system will deliver power to recharge a high-capacity battery in just 45 minutes. The Fast Charging System, FCS, is fitted as standard on all models. Fitted with a 100 kW DC power connection, it recharges from 20% to 80% of full capacity in less than 30 minutes using 200kW and up to 80% within 45 minutes using 100 kW AC. This will cover an average of 95 miles at motorway speeds when traveling at 55mph with an electric range of more than 300 miles.