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Company Car in Action: 2 days • 4 tracks • 21 brands • 300 cars

Company Car in Action is the fleet industry’s biggest and best ride-and- drive event, offering the unique opportunity to drive the latest models from the most prominent car manufacturers.

The two-day event takes place at the Millbrook Proving Ground, in Bedfordshire, where fleet decision-makers can test drive more than 300 cars – unaccompanied – on four distinct tracks.

It’s free to attend and takes place on June 12-13.

Places are filling up fast, so don’t miss out and register online now to secure yours.

The event is open to anyone with fleet responsibility. To find out more and to sign up visit this site

Among the many highlights at this year’s event will be the all-new BMW 3 Series. Fresh from its UK debut, the new model will available to drive alongside its key rivals and a selection of the BMW and Mini ranges.

A number of manufacturers are planning to bring previously unseen cars to the event, so look out for further announcements nearer the time.

Mercedes-Benz will showcase the all-new GLE at the event, allowing visitors to be among the first to drive the new SUV.

Two new models will be available to test at the Jaguar Land Rover stand. The new XE facelift, featuring a revised interior and RDE2-compliant diesel engine will be at CCIA alongside the all-new Range Rover Evoque.

Following its debut last year, the fully electric Jaguar I-Pace will return, alongside the plug-in hybrid Range Rover and Range Rover Sport.

Volvo will be bringing its entire model range, including the new S60.

Steve Beattie, head of business sales at Volvo, said: “Last year, nearly 400 Volvo test drives were taken at CCIA 2018, making it a huge success. We anticipate 2019 will be even better as we showcase our full range of cars, which boasts multi-award-winning models, in a choice of engine variants. For those curious about our plug-in hybrids and the benefits they can bring businesses, CCIA 2019 is the ideal place to get expert advice from our team.”

Visitors to CCIA will also be able to drive the new Kia e-Niro, which has an electric range of more than 280 miles. It will feature alongside the new Proceed and other key Kia models. 

Hot laps in a Kia Stinger will also be offered to those wishing for a more thrilling ride.

Suzuki will be bringing the Swift and new Vitara, as well as the S-Cross and Ignis.

Renault will  be showcasing its facelifted Kadjar and electric Zoe.

There will also be the chance to experience the new Renault Sport Megane Trophy, which packs 300PS.

A line up of hybrid models from Toyota and Lexus will include the new Corolla and Lexus UX, while Honda will be demonstrating the new CR-V.

A full range of FCA products will include the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Jeep Compass, as well as the Fiat 500X and Abarth 595.

Ford and Vauxhall will also play a key role in CCIA, with a range of key fleet models (as yet unannounced) available to test at the event.

The Seat Tarraco will make its CCIA debut this year, alongside Seat’s existing range of models which includes the Cupra Ateca.

Porsche will also be returning to the event, bringing a selection of hybrid and high-performance models for visitors to experience.

Alongside the driving experience, CCIA will also be exhibiting a range of low-emission vehicles in the EV and Hybrid Zone. 

Here, experts will be on hand to advise fleet decision-makers on the best options for their fleet and can provide information on charging points and coverage.

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