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Drivvn to launch EV tool at Fleet & Mobility Live 2021

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Drivvn are set to launch to a new comparison tool to help fleets transition to electric vehicles (EVs) at this year’s Fleet and Mobility Live.

The tool compares plug-in and internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles and has been designed to give buyers a total life view of owning an EV, Drivvn said.

The tool will be launched at Fleet and Mobility Live 2021, taking place tomorrow on October 5 and 6 at the NEC in Birmingham.

Lucy Trott, client director at Drivvn, will be on the Volvo stand to demonstrate the tool.

A number of key fleet car and van makers are expected to join the event, showcasing the latest fleet-relevant models.

She said: “The new fleet comparator tool looks at the total cost of ownership (TCO) from the perspective of the user, whether that be a fleet manager or company car driver.

“It illustrates TCO elements specific to that user type and helps the customer get to the end of their decision-making process.

“It’s designed to enable drivers and managers to make an informed decision about their next purchase in one place and much quicker than is currently available.”

Among the highlights at Fleet and Mobility Live will be the public debut of the new Nissan Townstar, the brand’s recently revealed compact van.

Ford will also be in attendance, showcasing the Transit Custom PHEV, Kuga PHEV and Mustang Mach-E.

The Volvo XC40 Recharge Pure Electric, which is already proving to be popular with fleets, will be on display on the Volvo stand, offering up to 259 miles of range and with Google built-in. 

Polestar will be offering Polestar 2 test drives at the event, which visitors can book upon arrival on a first come, first serve basis by visiting the brand’s stand.

A total of 20 seminar sessions will provide priceless fleet insight from more 25 expert speakers at this year’s event, making it a must-attend event for fleet decision-makers, HR professionals and finance executives.

The EV Café, the expert team of industry leaders on all things EVs, will also be on hand at the event to provide tips and advice on making the switch to zero emissions.

The show will also offer expert views on emobility strategy development, making the business case for EVs, views on the Government’s latest decarbonisation plans and much more.

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