The 500 Iride electric scooter fits in your Fiat 500e’s trunk

Stellantis owned Mopar, which prior to the electrification era of automobiles, was in the business of making customizations and accessories for the FCA Group companies, has launched the 500 Iride electric scooter inspired by the new Fiat 500 electric car.

Mopar claims that the 500 Iride is the perfect solution for urban and CO2-free electric mobility and makes every journey fun!

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500 Iride Design

Designed by Fiat Centro Stile in conjunction with Compagnia Ducale (one of Stellantis Group’s licensee partners, with whom the company has already developed customized products for Fiat, Lancia, Abarth and Alfa Romeo brands), the 500 Iride is aimed at zero-emissions urban mobility.

500 Iride electric scooter in the boot of the Fiat 500e
The dedicated bag that carries the kick scooter is fixable to the trunk thanks to straps that fit into the Isofix hooks of the rear seats, and its Velcro base. Image: Mopar/Stellantis

The 500 Iride (Iris in English) with its circular light is inspired by the new Fiat 500 and the rainbow (according to Stellantis, it draws inspiration from the expression in colours). Three colours will be available at launch – Celestial Blue, Cloud Gray and Red.

500 Iride Technical Specifications

The electric scooter will have a range of up to 30 km (18.6 miles) with a top speed of 25 km/h (15.5 mph) thanks to a 250W motor and a battery that buyers can recharge in 4.5 hours. Other features include 10-inch tires, a rear shock absorber, built-in display, telescopic handlebar, and an easy-folding system with a specific bag to fit in the boot of any car, but specifically the new 500.

The 500 Iride weighs 15 kg. It comes with an optional 12V charger which can then charge the scooter from the new 500 itself, using only 1 per cent of the car’s battery. Alternatively, the Iride can be charged through a domestic socket too.

500 Iride folded kick scooter or electric scooter
The 500 Iride, when charged from the electric Fiat 500, uses less than 1 per cent of the car’s battery. Image: Stellantis/Mopar

Through an app available on iOS and Google Play Store, users can control various features of the Iride. Apart from checking the battery status/range and setting the cruise control, there are four driving modes – Normal, Sherpa (minimized energy consumption), Sport and pedestrian mode (which limits the speed to 6 km/h). The app also lets the phone act as an electronic key and can allow the primary user to share the Iride with up to 4 people.

Price & Availability

The 500 Iride is priced at 699 EUR (introductory price) and is available at all Fiat dealerships and Mopar stores.

Featured Image Courtesy – Stellantis/Mopar