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Win a Citroën ë-C4 Shine Plus worth over £34k!

Win a brand-new electric car for free with Auto Trader

Published on 1 March 2023 | 0 min read

We often hear that people would get an electric car, but the price of them means they can’t right now. So, once a month, we deal with that for one lucky individual by giving them a brand-new electric car – for free.
We also include up to £1,300 towards car insurance, covered by Compare the Market, and a brand-new electric car charger (plus free UK installation), covered by Hypervolt so the winner can hit road without any hassle. This month’s prize is a Citroën ë-C4 Shine Plus in Cumulus Grey – for your chance to win this incredible package, simply head over to the Electric Car Giveaway Page and get started!

Get to know the Citroën ë-C4 Shine Plus

The Citroën ë-C4 Shine Plus is the top-spec model available, boasting heated seats and leather upholstery, wireless smartphone charging, and an upgraded stereo system.
A healthy range of up to 219 miles from a 50 kWh Lithium Ion battery makes this a practical electric car for many and manageable charging times (learn how long it take to charge an electric car here). The prize, in Cumulus Grey, looks fantastic. Then there’s an intuitive interface, which includes a 10-inch touchscreen up front and access to the MyCitroën app, through which you can manage car functions from your phone. While comfort is a core characteristic of the ë-C4 Shine Plus, there are plenty of practical features – like the hidden storage bin and the tablet holder on the passenger's side. Enter now for your chance to win!

Want to know more about EVs?

Auto Trader is home to the UK’s largest online selection of electric vehicles. If you want to find out more about electric cars before you make the switch, these links should start you off:
Electric car batteries explainedHow to charge an electric car at homeEverything you need to know about charging on the goHow far electric and hybrid cars can travelElectric car jargon explained