Once again, Deutsche Bank confirms its commitment towards the environment by signing a partnership with Fiat to change the fleet of its Italian branches' network, choosing cars with low environmental impact.
The new cars, 140 Fiat Punto Evo Natural Power vehicles, combining gas and methane fuel supply, reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 25% and nitrogen oxide emissions by up to 50%, thus contributing to limiting greenhouse effects and climate change consequently.
To encourage awareness towards the environment, cars have been customized with the "Banking on Green" claim representing the bank's commitment towards the environment.
Deutsche Bank chose Fiat as partner for this project due to the great experience and the well-established know-how of the Italian car company in the market. Among the 10 main cars brands in Europe, Fiat Automobiles registered - as reported by JATO - the lowest average CO2 emissions value on cars sold in 2009: 127,8 g/km.