New Fiat 500 awarded ‘Best Electric Car’ at the inaugural Marie Claire UK Sustainability Awards

Judges praised its impressive range, iconic design and connectivity features

By
Ian Osborne
July 20, 2021
Category:
EV Life

The New Fiat 500 has been awarded the 'Best Electric Car’ at the Marie Claire UK inaugural Sustainability Awards. For the first-ever Sustainability Awards, the Marie Claire UK team were joined by global experts, thought leaders and activists in sustainability to recognise brands making a difference in an increasingly eco-conscious world.

Judges praised the New 500 for setting itself apart from its competition thanks to its impressive range, iconic design and connectivity features.

Andrea Thompson, Marie Claire UK editor in chief, said: “New Fiat 500 has what it takes to convert buyers to go electric, offering an impressive range for its size and a slick and modern upgrade to its iconic design. It’s the attention to detail across the board that sets it apart from the competition.

“From the autonomous driving features and connectivity to the innovative use of recycled marine materials on the interior, this is an agile, efficient and intelligent 500 for a new generation.”

The New Fiat 500 is the first fully-electric Fiat has designed from the ground up. It’s a practical yet stylish looking zero-emissions town car that offers a range of up to 199 miles (320km).

The sustainable philosophy of the New 500 is reflected not only in the electric powertrain but also within the interior. The seats are partly made with Seaqual® yarn, the weaving of which produces a material derived from recycled plastic.

Greg Taylor, Fiat UK country manager, said: "The arrival of New 500 marks a pivotal moment in making sustainable, connected and autonomous mobility accessible to UK motorists.

“With a host of features such as an all-new infotainment system and Level 2 Autonomous Driving, which is exclusive to New 500 within its segment, as well as four trim levels, there is a New 500 for everyone.

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