Having previously confirmed that the new I-Pace will appear at the show, Jaguar has now announced that fleet decision makers will be able to take the all-new electric model out on Millbrook’s vast test tracks.
Nissan has also announced that it will have a range of new Leaf models available to test, alongside Qashqai models fitted with ProPilot – the brand’s new semi-autonomous driver assistance system.
BMW will debut the new X2 compact SUV with a petrol engine, alongside the new 225xe plug-in hybrid MPV.
Taking place between June 12-13, CCIA is the fleet industry’s largest multi-brand ride and drive event.
More than 300 new models will be available to test, with more making static appearances.