EcoVelocity – the low carbon motor show heads for London’s ExCeL 5th to 13th of May

For the second year running London’s ExCeL will be play host to EcoVelocity, the low-carbon motor event.

The event which will be held from the 5th to 13th of May will showcase the latest in cutting edge technology from the world’s leading car manufacturers as well as providing the opportunity for you to test drive the newest low carbon and electric vehicles.

On show will be a number of rather “exotic” green cars including the Fisker Karma, the Lightning GT and offerings from Telsa. EcoVelocity will also host to a number of discussion forums where exhibitors will take to the stage and present interactive presentations on greener motoring and related technologies.

As in last years event, visitors will be able to take the wheel of an array of green motors including a Nissan Leaf, Chevy Volt and the Peugeot 508 RXH Hybrid.

EcoVelocity organiser Giles Brown said: “Motorists interested in low carbon cars will be able to take a 3.5 mile test drive of a variety of electric and low carbon vehicles from Chevrolet, Citroën, Honda, Nissan, Mia, Peugeot and Vauxhall.”

“The best way for motorists to decide on changing to a greener vehicle is by test driving and talking to experts – car buying is a big and emotional process.  EcoVelocity offers a unique opportunity by offering numerous test drives from different car makers and access to car buying experts all under one roof.”

Tickets for the day are £15.00 per adult with the little ones riding for free. For more details see the EcoVelocity website.


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