Renault Electric LCVs to feature at EV Experience showroom

Reanult Electric LCVs to feature at EV Experience showroom

The latest all-electric light commercial vehicles from Renault Pro+ will feature at the EV Experience Centre in Milton Keynes until Sunday 17th February, with two of the key models in the brand’s Z.E. range taking pride of place inside the store.

Along with the centre’s own EV experts, the Renault Pro+ takeover will see the brand’s own Pro+ specialists in store to give expert advice and information on the company’s 100% electric range. The shop itself will hold two Kangoo Z.E. 33 vans and a Twizy Cargo.

Activities in-store, will include a Kangoo Z.E. 33 block puzzle and a Valentine’s Twizy for a unique photo opportunity. Information on Renault’s range of commercial vehicles is available for all visitors.

Within the shopping centre at Milton Keynes, Renault Pro+ will also have a New Master Z.E. on display, alongside a Twizy photobooth. There will be test drives available for the entire Renault electric range, including the Renault ZOE.

The move aims to build awareness Renault's commercial EVs.

Steve Wilson, Brand Manager, Renault Pro+, said: “Our Z.E. vans have generated great interest since their introduction and especially now that electric power is taking off in the light commercial vehicle market. Taking over the EV Experience Centre is a way for us to build upon this and demonstrate our position at the forefront of LCV electrification.”

Throughout the duration of the week, there will be several conferences held with some of the country’s largest leasing companies and corporate clients, to discuss the prospect of fleet electrification. Speakers from Chargemaster and Leaseplan will be presenting on the current landscape of electric vehicles and their future.

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