Stellantis, the global automaker formed by the merger of Fiat Chrysler and PSA Group, is making a strong statement in the zero-emission commercial vehicle segment. The company announced that it had achieved a market share of 41.2 percent in Europe in the first half of 2021, with more than 30,000 electric light commercial vehicles sold.
This impressive performance is driven by the company’s diverse and competitive portfolio of electric vans, pickups, and chassis cabs, which offer a range of solutions for different customer needs and use cases. Stellantis has 14 models of electric commercial vehicles on the market, covering all segments from small to large and offering various battery sizes, payloads, and driving ranges.
Some of the most popular models include the Peugeot e-Expert, the Citroën ë-Jumpy, the Opel Combo-e Cargo, and the Fiat E-Ducato, which have won several awards for their innovation, efficiency, and practicality. These vehicles are designed to meet the demands of urban delivery, last-mile logistics, and professional services while reducing operating costs and environmental impact.
Stellantis is not only leading in sales but also in customer satisfaction. The company has developed a comprehensive ecosystem of services and solutions to support its electric commercial vehicle customers, such as dedicated financing, leasing, maintenance, and charging options. Stellantis also offers a network of over 400 certified business centers across Europe, where customers can receive expert advice, test drive vehicles, and access after-sales service.
The company’s ambition is to further expand its leadership position in the zero-emission commercial vehicle segment by investing in new technologies, products, and markets. Stellantis plans to launch more electric models in the near future, such as the Ram 1500 Electric in North America, the Peugeot e-Partner and Citroën ë-Berlingo in Europe, and the Fiat E-Doblò in Turkey. The Stellantis company also aims to offer an electrified version of each of its commercial vehicle models by 2025 and to achieve a market share of over 30 percent in light electric commercial vehicle market in Europe by 2030.
Stellantis is clearly ahead of the curve when it comes to zero-emission commercial vehicles. The company has leveraged its expertise, scale, and diversity to create a compelling value proposition for its customers, who are increasingly looking for sustainable mobility solutions. As the demand for electric commercial vehicles grows around the world, Stellantis is well-positioned to capitalize on this opportunity and drive its growth and profitability.