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Test drive a huge range of pure electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles at CCIA 21

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This month's Company Car in Action (CCIA) will offer the largest collection of pure electric and plug-in vehicles for fleet decision-makers and influencers to test.

Visitors can put more than 150 BEVs and PHEVs through their paces at CCIA 21, taking place at Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedfordshire on June 23 and 24.

Models available include Volvo’s XC40 Recharge, the Polestar 2 and the Porsche Taycan – see a full list of what’s confirmed for the show so far.

Don't delay in booking your place to attend the fleet industry's biggest multi-brand 'drive and decide' event.

Once booked, you will received an email from Licence Bureau on behalf of Company Car In Action asking for your consent to carry out a mandatory licence check with the DVLA ahead of the show. Please complete the form in order to secure your driving opportunities at CCIA.

New electric and hybrid models are expected to dominate the show which Fleet News is calling ‘the rebirth of the company car’.

The venue offers an extensive testing ground – from the high-speed bowl where you can test the vehicles at motorway speeds, to the ‘city route’, which provides the ideal setting to try out low speed manoeuvrability and driver assistance systems.

After a year of delays and uncertainty, this is your opportunity to make important decisions about which electric brands and models are right for your fleet.

Scroll down to see which manufacturers have already signed up to attend the show.

There will also be informative seminars covering salary sacrifice and grey fleet management over the two days.

Attend with confidence 

The mostly outdoor event will take place in line with the latest Government guidance. The team behind the event have worked alongside AEO (Association of Event Organisers) to develop the All Secure Standard, an industry wide  benchmark for the safe return of organised events so you can attend with confidence.

What cars and vans the manufacturers are bringing

Toyota Lexus: has launched new zero-emission models such as the hydrogen-powered Mirai, electric Lexus UX 300e and Toyota Proace Electric van since the CCIA in 2019. It also has seven new hybrids to showcase, including the new RAV4 plug-in hybrid.

Polestar: As one of the newest car brands in the UK, Polestar will be offering CCIA visitors the chance to drive the Polestar 2 electric car, which is now available with a range of battery and powertrain choices.

Porsche will return to Company Car in Action for the third consecutive year, offering visitors the opportunity to drive the new fully-electric Taycan; as well as the Macan and hybrid versions of the Cayenne and Panamera.

Renault is expanding range of E-Tech models, including the fully-electric Zoe, plug-in hybrid Captur and Megane, plus the new Clio Hybrid will be at CCIA. The new Arkana E-Tech will also make a debut.

BMW Group will be offering a large range of models to drive at Company Car in Action, including the new BMW 4 Series and the Mini Electric, plus a selection of plug-in hybrids.

Volvo has committed to become a fully electric car company by 2030, therefore the Volvo XC40 Recharge Pure Electric will be a key model at CCIA, alongside a range of Volvo plug-in hybrid vehicles.

MG will be offering test drives of the MG ZS EV and new MG5 EV at Company Car in Action; together with the newest addition to its range, the MG HS Plug-in Hybrid.

Ford will demonstrate its range of hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fully electric models at this year’s Company Car in Action.

Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Jeep: CCIA will be the first UK opportunity for fleet operators to see the all new Fiat Ducato Electric. Fiat will be bringing the very first vehicle to arrive in the UK to the event. Fiat will also be showcasing the 500 Electric. Fleet operators can also test the new Jeep Renegade plug-in hybrid alongside models from Abarth and Alfa Romeo.

Jaguar and Land Rover will be showcasing its new range of plug-in hybrid models, including the facelifted E-Pace and F-Pace, plus the Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover Discovery Sport. Commercial versions of the new Land Rover Defender and Discovery will also be at Company Car in Action this year.

Tesla will make a return to Company Car in Action this year, showcasing its Model 3 electric saloon to fleet decision makers. The brand’s entire corporate sales team will be in attendance at the event to answer any questions about its range of electric cars and to discuss how Tesla can support your fleet.

Nissan: Visit the Nissan stand to experience the 100% electric Nissan Leaf and e-NV200 van. You can also discuss the possibilities of electrifying your fleet with one of its on hand EV experts and find out more about Nissan’s Energy Services and Integration solutions. Visitors will also have the chance to be one of the first to drive the all-new Nissan Qashqai, with its new mild hybrid powertrain.

Suzuki will be showcasing its entire range including the Swace, its latest full hybrid model and Across, its first ever PHEV.

Video: Our 2021 CCIA promotion video here (footage from CCIA 2019)

 

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