Starting July 1, Fiat’s entire model range offered in the UK will be electric or electrified, with the automaker moving to sell only hybrids and EVs in this crucial market. The step is in line with the automaker’s long-term plan to offer only EVs in all regions by the end of the decade, and it comes at a time of increased energy insecurity in Europe. Unlike in the US, Fiat actually has quite a bit of momentum in Europe when it comes to EVs. The battery-electric New 500 is the best-selling electric city car in eleven countries, the automaker notes, and is also the second best-selling EV in all segments, with Tesla enjoying the number one spot. Read the original article.