Pro Fit By E-Ducato

Selecting theperfect configuration for your New E-Ducato is easy and efficient with “Pro Fit by E-Ducato”.

How can we convince those who are still doubtful about whether the electric version of the Ducato has advantages over the version with an internal combustion engine and the potential best-in-class savings instead? The experts from Fiat Professional and Stellantis e-Mobility have worked in close collaboration to create a functional web tool designed for anyone interested – specifically addressed to fleet managers and freelancers – to find out about the advantages of the new electric version of the Ducato.

By signing up for the free web tool “Pro Fit by E-Ducato”, at https://profitbyeducato.com/#/login , all you need to do is telling us about your current fleet of commercial vehicles with internal combustion engines, indicating the type of vehicle you use (body, wheelbase, height, etc.) and selecting the usage (route, mileage, operating temperature, etc.) for each one.

When the simulation has been set up, Pro Fit recommends the most suitable E-Ducato configurations available, and indicates each one’s expected performance against client requirements. It provides insight into whether the range is sufficient, the extent of annual savings, whether the charging slots indicated are consistent with the mission, and more. All these parameters are also updated in real time, according to the features of the charger and battery selected.

But the opportunities offered by Pro Fit go further. Rather than simulating the mission on the basis of generic input, you can activate tracking of your fleet of vehicles with internal combustion engines from a smartphone. All you need to do so is to download the dedicated “Pro Fit by E-Ducato” app, available free of charge from the App Store and Google Play. Once you have configured your fleet in the web tool, simply activate the Pro Fit by E-Ducato app in each vehicle, which sends mission data to the web tool of the same name. These data are gathered using GPS and the accelerometer in the smartphone, and are immediately saved in the back-end of the website. Using this information, Pro Fit processes the data and provides a list of the electric solutions recommended, with estimates of financial savings.

Established 40 years ago and constantly refreshed and revitalized by its commercial successes and technological breakthroughs, a full-electric version of the Ducato is ready to be launched, to guarantee continuity during the technology transition (from combustion engines to electric motors), with similar performance yet at a comparable cost, over a five-year period of usage. In addition to a full line-up of versions, the E-Ducato also offers a modular choice of battery size, with ranges from 235 to 370 km, in the typical cycle of a city-based delivery mission in normal environmental conditions.
It also comes with high-potential performance, with a focus on the Ducato’s strength: best-in-class load volume from 10 to 17 m3, with a similarly best-in-class payload of up to 1,950 kg. The new E-Ducato is easy to use and takes no prisoners: 100% Ducato, 100% Electric.

According to Domenico Gostoli, Electrification Programs Manager at Fiat Professional, “the E-Ducato, Fiat’s first zero-emissions commercial vehicle, represents a new mobility solution and a turning point in our history. It could therefore only be accompanied by innovative solutions that enable our clients to approach electric mobility free of any anxiety or concerns resulting from the transition from vehicles with internal combustion engines to ones with zero emissions."

Discover the full-electric version of our most iconic van.

E-Ducato: 100% Ducato, 100% Electric.
100% Fit for Mission.

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