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Audi, BMW and Jaguar Land Rover among key fleet brands exclusively at CCIA 2018

Company Car In Action 2019

Fleet decision makers will be able to get behind the wheel of key fleet models from 26 major brands at this year’s Company Car In Action (CCIA).

Audi will be among those exclusively at the show, bringing a full range of models including the A3 and A4 plus Q2, Q5 and Q7 SUVs.

Audi Q2 quattro 2017

Visitors can also drive the A5 Sportback and enjoy a high-speed power lap in the passenger seat of a new RS 4.

BMW will be showcasing its new X2 compact SUV and the new X4. The stand will also feature a range of hybrid and electric models, including the i8 sports car and fully electric i3.

2018 BMW X2

The Jaguar Land Rover stand will host a public debut of the all-new all-electric Jaguar I-Pace. Fleet decision makers will also be able to drive the new Jaguar E-Pace plus a range of Land Rover models including the Range Rover Velar.

20128 Jaguar I-Pace

CCIA takes place at the Millbrook Proving Ground on June 12-13. It’s a free-to-attend event, open to fleet decision makers.

It offers a unique opportunity to test drive a range of new cars, unaccompanied, in one place across four different and challenging courses.

To find out more, or to register to attend, please visit www.companycarinaction.co.uk.

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  • Mark Jerome - 10/12/2018 14:53

    The transformation of modern day automobiles today, from standard petrol to hybrid has been quite interesting if not exciting. These new vehicles that offer not just greater fuel economy but smaller carbon foot prints and more tech, I eagerly look forward to future innovations.

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