FCA Bank launches its Futura and Drivalia credit cards: the future of payments is sustainable

The Bank pursues growth also in sustainable daily banking, implementing the two new cards: €3,000 credit limit for the Futura Card and benefits on mobility solutions for the Drivalia Card.

The cards, which can be managed entirely online, provide access to the €co Club, the free loyalty program dedicated to the world of sustainable mobility.

FCA Bank continues to implement its growth strategy by investing in sustainable daily banking. In line with the growth recorded in 2022 by credit cards in Italy1 , the Bank launches Futura and Drivalia, the two new cards designed to convert every purchase into green and smart mobility.





The Futura credit card, made of recycled PVC, has been implemented with the introduction of the €3,000 credit limit, while the Drivalia credit card guarantees additional benefits on mobility solutions from the FCA Bank Group' s eponymous company: from short- and medium-term rentals to innovative car subscriptions and electric car sharing.

Both cards have no annual fee for the first year and make it possible to automatically join the €co Club FCA Bank, the free loyalty program that helps transform purchases into a more environmentally conscious lifestyle. By collecting €co points (1 point for every 10 euros spent), customers can in fact earn discounts on sustainable mobility services and access an exclusive catalog of products, offers and cashbacks from sustainability-conscious brands.

Unveiled at the Paris Motor Show, the Futura and Drivalia cards can be applied for and managed entirely online, via the My FCA Bank app. In addition, with the two cards, customers can earn higher interest rates on their savings with the FCA Bank Conto Deposito, obtaining up to 2.55% a year in gross interest2 on new time deposits, through Tempo vouchers available in the FCA Bank Club..

1 According to data from the Credit Card and Digital Payments Observatory, revolving credit cards grew by 16.8% in the first half of 2022 in Italy.
2 Interest rate means interest before applicable withholding tax.