Recently, Fiat has embarked on a journey to revamp its image and communication strategy, transforming into a colorful, lively, and creative brand that captivates and secures awards. The advertising campaigns of the main Stellantis italian brand have been recognized as excellence, winning an impressive six awards at the 2023 edition of the ADCI Awards, the most prestigious honor in the Italian creative community, sponsored by the Art Directors Club.

The ADCI Awards have been a point of reference for creativity and excellence in advertising communication in Italy, tracing the evolution of style, languages, and media usage since 1985. Two of Fiat’s projects, both crafted in collaboration with the Leo Burnett agency, have been hailed as exemplary at the ADCI Awards 2023: “No Grey” and “Pandelleria.”

No Grey: Fiat is the brand of colours

‘No Grey’ is a fresh and vibrant project that encapsulates the joyful and pop essence synonymous with the Fiat brand. Developed by the creative agency Leo Burnett and produced by Twister Film, “No Grey” clinched gold in the “Corporate PR Communication” category, silver in the “Film” category, and bronze in the “Social/Digital PR” category.

The video, launched in June and amassing over 10 million views on YouTube, underscores Fiat’s strategic move to cease the production of grey cars. Olivier Francois, Fiat CEO and Global Stellantis CMO, elaborates on the strategy and takes center stage in the clip, where the 600e delves into a world of vibrant color, echoing the slogan ‘Italy. The Land of Colours. Fiat. The brand of colours.’

Fiat’s documentary “Pandelleria” has win 3 awards

The winning didn’t stop there. Fiat’s docufilm “Pandelleria,” also a brainchild of the Leo Burnett agency and produced by Twister Film, tasted success. Shot in Pantelleria, where “Pandas are more than people,” the 30-minute film bagged gold in the “Creative Effectiveness Media” category, silver in “Brand Entertainment,” and bronze in the “Film” category.

This docufilm not only pays tribute to the Panda, a Fiat icon for over 40 years, but also celebrates the dedication of the employees at the Pomigliano d’Arco plant, who construct the Panda, a car that has significantly contributed to the Panda’s worldwide success.

As Fiat continues its vibrant journey of rebranding and creative expression, it’s clear that the world is taking notice and applauding its newfound approach to marketing and communication.


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