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EV and Hybrid zone to feature Jaguar I-Pace and new Nissan Leaf at CCIA 2018

Company Car In Action 2018

Company Car in Action (CCIA) 2018 will provide fleet managers, decision makers and key influencers with everything they need to know about electric, hybrid and hydrogen powered vehicles.

A range of the latest EV and Hybrid vehicles will also be available to test drive this year.

Jaguar will be present its all-new I-Pace, the brand’s first electric car with a range of 300 miles.

2018 Jaguar I-Pace

Visitors will also be able to drive the new Nissan Leaf for the first time at the event.

Nissan Leaf launch 2017

CCIA is a free-to-attend event that takes place on June 12-13 at Millbrook Proving Ground.

BMW is bringing a range of electric and hybrid models to test including the i3 and i8.

Toyota and Lexus will have a full range of hybrids to drive, plus the hydrogen powered Mirai.

With over 150,000 plug-in vehicles on the road in the UK, and an increasing number of manufacturers committing to a future without pure-ICE models, the viability of alternative fuel types in fleets is once again under scrutiny.

Industry experts from leading manufacturers and key suppliers will be on hand to discuss the shift to new fuel technologies, giving invaluable insight into the viability of an ultra-low emission fleet.

Chargemaster is sponsoring the zone. The company operates the Polar network of over 6,000 recharging points across the country. Its team will be on hand to discuss charging needs and concerns.

Glass's will be on hand to provide the latest residual value forecasts.

Click here to find out more about CCIA 2018 or to register to attend.

Click here for electric cars and hybrids best practice and procurement insight

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