The Fiat 500 electric car maintains its unbeaten record into the new year, adding another victory to its tally. In the competition for the "Best Cars 2023," this model took home two honors. The Fiat 500 electric car received the most votes in the general category and the Mini Car import category in the specialized industry publication auto motor und sport's reader polls, placing it in the top position in both categories. In this competition, voters choose between 19 contemporary car models produced by German and international manufacturers.
Receiving the highly regarded AMUS (Auto Motor und Sport) awards not once but twice fills us with immense pride. The Fiat 500 electric car has had extraordinary success in Germany, the world's most significant market, and these two prizes are a celebration of that accomplishment. It is a testament to the German public's appreciation for the model that it was voted not only as the best-imported city car but also in first place in the overall standings, where it compared and beat its domestic competitors. This is a testament to the German public's appreciation for the model.
These two prizes make it very evident that Fiat's approach to electrification is gaining traction in the marketplace. At the awards ceremony in Stuttgart, Gaetano Thorel, the Head of Fiat & Abarth Enlarged Europe, expressed his gratitude to the country's avid car fans for their unwavering support of the new Fiat 500. "I want to thank German car enthusiasts for their great faith in the Fiat 500 electric car," he said.
Since its release in 2020, the Fiat 500 electric car has been selected by approximately 120,000 consumers worldwide, which is further evidence of its commercial success. So far, the Fiat 500 electric car has been honored with 39 international awards. The Stellantis Group's Fiat 500 electric car was the best-selling battery electric vehicle (BEV) in Europe in 2018, ranking first in Italy, second in Spain, and third in Germany. It was also the third best-selling electric vehicle in the ten largest European markets.