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New All- Electric Fiat 500 Is Soft Top Of Choice At What Car? Car Of The Year Awards 2021

  • New Fiat 500 named Convertible of the Year by What Car?
  • The hard top version of the all-electric city car was also named Best Small Electric Car for the City at the awards
  • Judges enjoyed New 500’s interior, driving style and impressive range
  • New 500 already no stranger to winning awards having picked up Car of the Year from DrivingElectric at the end of 2020
  • New Fiat 500 priced from £19,995 OTR (inc. PiCG) with choice of range - up to 115 miles or up to 199 miles (WLTP)

The New Fiat 500 has taken another award win in the UK, being crowned Convertible of the Year and Best Small Electric Car for the City by What Car? in its 2021 Car of the Year Awards. It is the first time an electric car has won the Convertible of the Year category.

Judges praised the car for its easy-to-drive engineering, refined driving style, range and price versus the competition and its all-new interior. Equally impressive was the convertible’s driving style which judges said was just as good as the hatchback.

The New Fiat 500 is the first fully-electric vehicle from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and provides a raft of best-in-class features such as its range of up to 199 miles, autonomous driving technologies and variety of battery options.

Steve Huntingford, editor, What Car? said, "The new Fiat 500 Cabrio is the first electric car to win our Convertible of the Year award, but don’t think it takes the trophy just because it taps into the zeitgeist. Just as appealing is the smartly finished interior and the fact that the 500 Cabrio is every bit as good to drive as the hatchback on which it’s based – a rare quality in a drop-top.

“If ever a car was born for urban driving, it’s the Fiat 500. It's shorter than its key rivals, so fits into spaces they won’t, while a tight turning circle, ultra-light steering and great forward visibility make it especially easy to manoeuvre as it darts around tight city streets in a refined, smooth manner. As a bonus, it wallops rivals for range, so isn't just limited to the urban sprawl.”

Arnaud Leclerc, managing director, FCA UK, said, “We are very excited to be launching the New 500 this year. Already winning another haul of awards even before the first UK customer deliveries have been made is testament to the hard work of our engineers and designers. We’re really looking forward to our customers trying it out for themselves when cars arrive in the coming weeks.”