This year’s British International Motor Show will feature one of the largest collections of battery-powered cars ever seen in the UK.
The display of more than 20 zero-emissions vehicles will include the Super Light Car from the Nice Car Company, as well as the well-known G-Wiz.
There will also be models from new brand Quiet Cars, as well as the Tesla Roadster – a two-seat electric sports car.
Electric vehicles are around 70% ‘greener’ than the equivalent fossil-fuelled car and are exempt from the congestion charge in London, and they entitle owners to free parking in some London boroughs.
Motor Show marketing director Kirsty Perkinson said: ‘The aim of the feature is to highlight the significant advances made in developing zero-emissions vehicles and to reflect the mushrooming demand for these cars.
‘Vehicle manufacturers are pushing the engineering boundaries to produce cleaner and greener forms of transport, and consumers – particularly in London – are responding positively to the new technology.’
This year’s British International Motor Show runs from 23 July until 3 August at Excel in London and is expected to draw more than 550,000 visitors.
Tickets for the show start at £10 for an adult weekday pass, and £6 for a child’s ticket and are available through the show website or by calling 0871 230 5588.
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