PETA’s European Vegan Car Interior Survey

More people than ever are now choosing to eat and wear vegan. But what about car interiors? Can they be free of animal-derived materials? We’ve been getting more and more enquiries about animal-free car interiors, so we’ve made it easy for you to check which cars suit your vegan lifestyle by asking major car brands about their available vegan models and editions.

What Does ‘Vegan Interior’ Mean?

In cars with vegan interiors, no animal-derived materials – like leather or wool – are used for the surfaces , including the seats, panelling, steering wheel, and gear stick.

Please note that interior options may differ from country to country , so the availability of a vegan interior is not always guaranteed. Only the latest versions of car models are listed. Please contact your local dealer for clarification if in doubt.

Here are the results of PETA’s vegan car interior survey:

  • Vegan Interior Available


    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • Citroën C3, Live, Feel, Feel Business and Feel Pack
    • Citroën C3 Aircross, Live and Feel
    • Citroën C4, Live, Live Pack and Live Pack Business
    • Citroën ë-C4, Live, Live Pack et Live Pack Business
    • Citroën ë-Berlingo, Live and Feel
    • Citroën ë-SpaceTourer, Feel
    • Citroën Jumpy Combi, all versions
    • Citroën Jumper Combi, all versions

    Vegan Interior Available Upon Request

    • Citroën Berlingo, Live models
    • Citroën C1, Live and Feel models
    • Citroën C3, models
    • Citroën C3 Aircross, Live models
    • Citroën C-Elysée, Live models
    • Citroën E-Berlingo Multispace, Feel Nav models
    • Citroën SpaceTourer, Feel and Business models



    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • Dacia Spring
    • Dacia Logan
    • Dacia Sandero
    • Dacia Sandero SW
    • Dacia Jogger
    • Dacia Duster
    • Dacia Lodgy

    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • CR-V
    • HR-V

    Vegan Interior Available Upon Request

    • Civic, SE model
    • Jazz, SE and SR models
  • FORD

    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • All models
  • Land Rover


    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • Land Rover Defender (Resolve textile)
    • Land Rover Discovery (Ebony textile)
    • Land Rover Evoque (Eucalyptus/PU)

    Vegan Interior Available Upon Request

    • Jaguar I-PACE (Luxtec S trim level)
    • Land Rover Discovery Sport (Miko microfibre suede and Luxtec)


  • KIA

    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • EV6
    • Picanto (Grade 1)
    • Rio (Grade 1)

    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • Mercedes-Benz A-Class*
    • Mercedes-Benz A-Class Limousine*
    • Mercedes-Benz B-Class
    • Mercedes-Benz CLA Coupé*
    • Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake*
    • Mercedes-Benz V-Class
    • Mercedes-Benz EQS (planned)
    • Mercedes Benz EQE (planned)
    • Mercedes Benz Vito
    • Mercedes Benz Marco Polo

    Vegan Interior Available Upon Request

    • Mercedes-Benz S-Class**
    • Mercedes-Maybach S-Class**

    *Special order required for steering wheel
    **Special order required for seats and trims


    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • Peugeot Expert Combi, all models

    Vegan Interior Available Upon Request

    • Peugeot Rifter, Active model
    • Peugeot Traveller, Active and Business models

    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • Renault Arkana Zen
    • Renault Captur, Equilibre, Evolution, Techno
    • Renault Clio, Authentic, Equilibre, Evolution, Techno
    • Renault Kadjar, Evolution, Techno
    • Renault Kangoo Equilibre
    • Renault Megane E-Tech Hybrid hatchback or Estate Evolution, Techno
    • Renault Megane E-Tech 100% electric, Equilibre, Evolution
    • Renault Scenic, Grand Scenic Evolution, Techno
    • Renault Trafic Combi Zen, Intens
    • Renault Twingo Equilibre

    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • All models
  • Tesla


    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • Tesla Model 3

    Vegan Interior Available Upon Request

    • Tesla Model S
    • Tesla Model X

    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • Polestar 2
  • Toyota


    Vegan Interior as Standard

    • Toyota Aygo
    • Toyota Corolla Hatchback
    • Toyota Corolla Sedan
    • Toyota Corolla Touring Sports
    • Toyota Fortuner
    • Toyota Hilux
    • Toyota Prius and Prius+
    • Toyota Yaris

    Vegan Interiors as Standard

    • Astra
    • Combo
    • Combo-e Life
    • Combo-e Life Edition
    • Combo Life
    • Combo Life Edition
    • Corsa Edition
    • Corsa-e
    • Corsa-e Edition
    • Crossland
    • Mokka
    • Mokka-e
    • Rocks-e
    • Rocks-e Kluc
    • Zafira-e Life Business Edition
    • Zafira-e Life Edition
    • Zafira Life Business Edition
    • Zafira Life Edition

    Vegan Interior Available Upon Request

    • Combo Cargo
    • Movano
    • Vivaro
    • Vivaro-e
    • Zafira-e
    • Zafira-e Life

    Vegan Interiors as Standard

    • C40 Recharge
    • S60
    • V60
    • V60 Cross Country
    • XC60
    • XC40 Recharge (fully electric) (will be available to European consumers by December 2022)
  • None


  • AUDI

  • BMW






  • MINI



  • SEAT



  • No Information Provided




  • FIAT



  • JEEP






What’s Wrong With Leather and Wool?

Leather is a global, $400-billion-a-year industry that slaughters more than a billion animals.

Calves are branded on the face and cows and bulls are electroshocked and beaten before finally being slaughtered so that their hides can be made into leather interiors offered by the world’s largest car companies.

It takes an average of three cows’ hides to cover the interior of a standard car.

Some vehicles require as many as 15.

Sheep are now bred to produce far more wool than is natural. Exposés from around the world have documented that these gentle animals are violently beaten, mutilated, and even killed during rough shearing, after which their fleece is made into fabrics used for seats and panelling. Once they’ve outlived their usefulness to the industry, they’re sent to slaughter.

The production of animal-derived materials is as toxic to the Earth as it is cruel to animals. Vegan fabrics – even synthetics – have a far smaller environmental footprint, and many are sustainable, innovative, and durable.

What You Can Do

Get in touch with companies! It’s great to see so many of the biggest names in the automobile industry fast-track the use of eco-friendly vegan fabrics that no animal had to die for – like apple and grape leather – in their vehicles. But some companies are still in the slow lane.

Remember: your feedback matters. If a car company doesn’t currently offer vegan interiors, be sure to contact it and encourage it to introduce them.

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