Fearne Cotton, one of the most well-known broadcasters in the UK and the creator of the multifaceted wellbeing brand Happy Place, has announced a new relationship with Volvo Car UK.
Fearne’s Happy Place platform, which includes books, festivals, and a podcast, brings together global thought leaders to promote and encourage happiness and self-love.
Fearne and Volvo are passionate about sustainability, so they’ve teamed up to spread awareness about electrification across the country. They hope to empower and encourage individuals to make more environmentally responsible decisions in their daily lives through this relationship.
Fearne will operate Volvo’s brand-new, all-electric C40 Recharge crossover, which has carpets made from recycled PET plastic bottles and an interior devoid of any leather.
Fearne said, “I’m so happy to join the Volvo family.” As we share a strong commitment to sustainability, it excites us to be a part of the electrification process. Volvo has always been a brand that cares about safeguarding people as well as the environment, which is a really nice compliment to my focus for mental health and self-care.
When things get hectic, it’s critical that I make time for self-care. Fast charging and other characteristics of the new electric C40 Recharge allow me to take some time to recharge so that I’m ready to take the wheel and embark on my next trip. The car fits into my life so well.