Fiat's USB- and website-based eco:Drive driver education system (hey, it's award-winning, too) is coming to the Qubo mini-MPV in the UK. Eco:Drive tracks driver actions, routes taken and other information and then suggests ways to drive better (read: more efficiently) in the future. Read more on the system here.
The Qubo starts at £9,755 and tops out at £12,350. There are two engine options: a 1.3-litre MultiJet turbodiesel that spews just 119 grams of CO2 per kilometer and a 1.4-litre petrol engine. Eco:Drive is also available in the 500, the 500C, the Grande Punto and the Bravo. We're glad to see things like eco:Drive come to more vehicles, but we'll be even more thrilled to hear when the whole thing goes wireless. Carrying that USB stick around has got to get old fast.