Fiat has announced the removal of its non-electrified vehicles from sale in the UK from 1 July. This means that all new Fiat models sold from the start of July in the UK will either be hybrid or fully electric models — there will be no more petrol or diesel Fiats.

The 500 city car and the Panda supermini will lose their 1.2-litre petrol options in favour of a new naturally aspirated 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine paired with a 12-volt belt-integrated starter generator and an 11Ah battery. The 500X and Tipo models have adopted a 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine with 48-volt mild hybrid assistance. The brand also has a fully-electric offering in the form of the 500 electric.

The announcement comes as Fiat develops its plans on becoming a pure-electric car maker by 2030. Last year, more than 60% of the company’s line up featured electrified options and the electric Fiat 500 is the second best-selling electric car in Europe, behind Tesla’s Model 3.

“This step in Fiat’s history marks a pivotal point in our commitment to providing affordable and sustainable mobility solutions for all of our customers. The move lends itself to our vehicles which are suited to urban areas, spearheaded by the popularity of the new 500,” says Greg Taylor Fiat and Abarth UK Managing Director.

Fiat CEO Oliver Francois previously described it as the company’s duty to “bring to market electric cars that cost no more than those with an internal combustion engine, as soon as we can.”