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Six days to go: Drive more than 60 hybrid and electric vehicles at CCIA 2018

More than 60 electric and hybrid models will be among the 300 cars to test at Company Car In Action (CCIA) this year.

Visitors can get behind the wheel of the brand new Jaguar I-Pace for the first time and be among the first to drive the new Nissan Leaf.

Other electric models available to test include the BMW i3, Renault Zoe ZE40 and Kia Soul EV.

In addition to these zero-emission cars will be a range of plug-in hybrids from BMW, Volvo and Kia, plus debuts of the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport plug-in hybrids.

Porsche will showcase the high performance capability of the new Panamera e-Hybrid, coupled with low CO2 emissions.

Toyota and Lexus have a full line-up of hybrid models, including the new LC 500h supercar and the rare opportunity to test the hydrogen powered Mirai.

Ford is also bringing the hybrid Mondeo and Suzuki will have Swift models with the Boosterjet mild hybrid engine.

Alongside these driving opportunities is the chance to fully immerse yourself in the world of EV in the EV and Hybrid zone, which is manned by GoUltraLow and Chargemaster. Experts will be on hand all day to help visitors get to grips with running an electric fleet.

If that isn’t enough, there will also be interactive debates on both days, aiming to inform visitors about the challenges and benefits of EV plus how to take advantage of Government incentives.

Taking place between June 12-13 at Millbrook proving Ground, 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.

To see the full list of models available to drive at CCIA click here.

To register to attend this free event click here.

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

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