PHOTO CAPTION: Fiat 500 converted to battery electric by Swedish firm EV Adapt.

German Firm Introduces All-electric Fiat 500

Converted by EV Adapt in Sweden, the CARe is sold without the batteries, which instead are leased for €150 a month.

Published: 28-Nov-2010

HAMBURG, GERMANY - CARe 500, the electric car based on the much-loved, ultra-compact FIAT 500, is now available at an extraordinary price.

The ultra-modern electric car is available from 23,900 euros. This price does not include batteries, as these can be provided for the proud owner at a price of 150 euros per month, which includes a flat-rate fee for electricity. Alternatively, the CARe 500 is available with batteries from 36,900 euros. Various subsidies can also be subtracted from this price. The CARe 500 can be quickly delivered and is available immediately.

"The advantage of purchasing the car without batteries is that, for 150 euros per month, you will always have fully functional batteries at your disposal, you don't have to actually purchase the most expensive part of an electric car and fuel is included at a flat rate," says Martin Richard Kristek, CEO of mk-group Holding GmbH.

The CARe 500 is a technologically mature, series production vehicle with a fully electric drive, a range of 120 km and a maximum speed of 120 km/h. The CARe 500 recharges in 6 to 8 hours using a normal 230 V power socket. A service network comprising approximately 650 branches ensure the mobility of these electric cars.

This fantastic electric city car is distributed by mk-group Holding, also know through its care-mobility und care-energy brand names, and is manufactured by the Swedish company EVadapt.

mk-group Holding GmbH is an energy supply company based in Hamburg and is active throughout Europe. Its energy efficiency innovations have earned it a real name in the market

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