The head of Fiat recently stated that the brand he drives intends to be 100% electric by 2030. Moreover, the legendary circuit on the roof of the former Fiat plant will be transformed into a suspended garden, the largest in Europe.

The Italians from Fiat have big electrification plans. Although it looks almost the same as the heat engine version, the 500e is the brand’s first model built on a dedicated electric platform. In addition, the head of the manufacturer in Turin claims that other zero-emission vehicles will follow.

Moreover, by 2030, Fiat intends to include only electric cars in its model portfolio. The announcement was made recently by Olivier Francois, CEO of Fiat.

“It is our duty to launch on the market electric cars that do not cost more than those with heat engine, as soon as possible […] We explore the territory of sustainable mobility for all: this is our biggest project. Between 2025 and by 2030, our model range will gradually become electric. This will be a radical change for Fiat.” said Francois Oliver (CEO of Fiat).

After a meeting with the famous architect Stefano Boeri (best known for the Bosco Verticale residential towers in Milan), the head of the Italian manufacturer also announced that the legendary circuit on the roof of the former Fiat factory will be transformed into the largest hanging garden in Europe.

Over 28,000 plants will be planted in the garden in the coming months.