The number of vegans in the UK is on the rise and with the knowledge that more people are trying to be environmentally friendly, PETA have conducted a survey to reveal the most vegan friendly cars available.
While no car can be one hundred percent vegan friendly, there are some manufacturers who have created vehicles without the use of animal products for their interiors.
What is a vegan car interior?
As aforementioned no car can claim to be totally vegan compliant, but PETA have discovered a list of cars where brands have decided against using materials such as leather or wool for items such as car seats, steering wheels, gear sticks, dashboards and all the other mod-cons in 21st century cars.
While not all of the cars on PETA’s list come with vegan interiors as standard, you are able to request for it to be changed, but this may cause the price to rise.
The survey included some of the biggest manufacturers from the car industry including, Jaguar Land Rover, Tesla, Ford, Citroen, Honda and others. You can see the full list here.
However, there are some manufacturers who are yet to offer vegan interiors such as Audi, BMW, Mini, Ferrari and Rolls-Royce among others.
Selected cars from the survey with vegan interiors as standard:
Citroen Jumpy Combi
Dacia Logan MCV
Dacia Logan MCV Stepway
Dacia Sandero Stepway
Jaguar Land Rover:
Land Rover Discovery (Ebony textile)
Picanto (Grade 1)
Rio (Grade 1)
Peugeot Expert Combi
Tesla Model 3
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