With the start of making the Fiat Scudo light commercial vehicle, the Stellantis plant in Luton has added a new product to its list. The production meets the high demand for the latest Fiat Scudo van.
This will be the first time Fiat cars are made in the UK. For the British and European markets, the Fiat cars are made here with both right-hand and left-hand drive.
The Fiat Scudo van is also made in Hordain, France. The Fiat Scudo electric van is also made there for all markets.
The Fiat light commercial vehicles with combustion engines will still be made in Luton, UK. These include the Opel Vivaro, the Citroen Jumpy, and the Peugeot Expert.
Mark Noble, Director of the Luton Plant: "The fact that we can start making the Fiat Scudo van is excellent news for the Luton plant. This means we can now supply all mid-size vans with the Stellantis brand to the UK and Europe".
Stellantis is one of the biggest automakers and mobility companies in the world. They have a clear vision to give people the freedom to move around by providing unique, affordable, and reliable mobility solutions.