Irmscher unveiled tuned variants of passenger-centric Fiat Ulysses and commercial-based Fiat Scudo vans, giving the pair some added style.
The changes begin at the front end where Irmasher has applied a modified lip that makes the fascia look more aggressive but not disobedient. This lip is painted in the same color as the rest of the body but can be alternated with a bright red accent in the center.
Styling tweaks continue on both the Ulysses and Skudo side and include extended side skirts. Rounding out changes to the Fiat van’s body include a large roof-mounted spoiler, a modified rear bumper and two available black graphics packages.
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Eye-catching wheels have also been made. These wheels have a ‘Heli Star’ design, are available in 18-, 19- and 20-inch sizes and can be finished in black and decorated with a red center cap. The upgrades are aftermarket springs that reduce ride height by 30mm (1.1-inches) and give vans a more sporty look.
Fiat unveiled the new Ulysses and Skudo in October last year. The two vans are basically revised versions of Peugeot Expert / Traveler, Citroen Jump / Spacer, Opel / Voxhall Vivoro / Jafira Life and Toyota Proyes / Pros Versus, meaning they share the same EMP2 platform.
The pair is offered in diesel and all-electric configurations. The electric models, known as the E-Ulysses and E-Scudo, have a 134 hp electric motor that can be mated to a 50 kWh or 75 kWh battery pack. EVs can charge at speeds of up to 100 kW, which means the 50 kW and 75 kW packs take about 30 and 45 minutes to charge at 80 percent, respectively.
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