Buyers in the market for a new electric car or who are considering one as their next purchase will be able to charge around in the latest and greatest EVs at The British Motor Show 2021, which will feature live test drive opportunities of the latest plug-in models.
The dynamic test drive opportunities are part of the The British Motor Show sponsored by Cinch where many more electric and plug-in hybrid models will be on display in the Select Electric Motor Show
At present, cars confirmed for the test track include Tesla’s Model 3 along with a selection of new EVs from Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Renault and Mazda, with more examples to be added.
Furthermore, the cars will be charged in a zero-emission way, too. AFC Energy will be providing an off-grid, rapid EV charger using its HydroX-Cell H-Power EV Recharge system -the first in commercialised off-grid hydrogen fuelled EV recharging that offers a solution to infrastructure where conventional charging is unavailable.
Andy Entwistle, CEO of the British Motor Show, said: “We know from our own research that there are currently thousands of car buyers planning to go electric for their next purchase and that there are even more who are considering it but are still sitting on the fence.
“The Select Electric Motor Show is there to educate these customers and help them to decide whether an EV is right for them as we head towards 2030, while the dynamic test drive element will further help them decide, while at the same time giving yet another truly unique spin to The British Motor Show, which is the most interactive, action-packed and family-friendly car event in the calendar. With AFC Energy as a partner, we’re also demonstrating the very latest in emissions-free infrastructure technology.”
The organisers are expecting over 50,000 visitors through the doors of Farnborough International between 19 – 22 August 2021.
Tickets for the show will represent terrific value at £18.50 for adults or £37 for families.
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