Working with Microvett, an Italian company which converts Fiats, Nice will focus on Fiorino, Scudo, Porter Cargo and Doblo models. Ducato is also expected in the range.
Julian Milford, Nice co-founder, said the Fiorino was one of the “best commercial propositions” currently on the market.
Nice will be marketing to fleets, through PR activity and association stakeholder groups like LowCVP.
The London-based electric car company declined to comment on profit margins or sales targets. Along with the rest of Nice’s line-up, the vehicles will sell at its only outlet – Nice’s headquarters – in West London.
It also takes cars out to people at their homes, and will do the same with Fiat vans. Nice plans to open outlets in key cities including Manchester and Birmingham over the next year.