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‘Sexy’ showcase for green driving

ENVIRONMENTALLY-conscious fleets can view a host of green cars at a specialist show at the Eden Project in Cornwall later this month.

The Sexy Green Car Show will showcase the latest in ‘green’ driving when it takes place between March 30 and April 15.

Models exhibited will include the Ford Focus flexifuel, which can be driven on bioethanol.

Eden’s marketing director David Meneer said: ‘We are delighted that so many major players in the motoring world are now committed to what promises to be a world first – a show entirely devoted to ‘green’ motoring.

Traditionally, environmental organisations have not had much to say about cars, except to try to persuade people not to use them, and more recently not to buy 4x4s.

‘However, The Sexy Green Car Show aims to give motorists who want to go ‘green’ a better understanding of Government schemes such as the new fridge-type efficiency labels on cars, tax bands on emissions and variable congestion charges.’

  • Visit www.edenproject.com for further details.
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