Arnold Clark Pioneers Electric Drive on World EV Day in Glasgow

As the global automotive industry gears up for an electric revolution, Arnold Clark is at the forefront. To celebrate World EV Day, the company is welcoming all to an enlightening day at their Innovation Centre in Glasgow.

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Published on
September 1, 2023

Arnold Clark's Electric Vision on World EV Day

World EV Day stands as a beacon for electric vehicle adoption and the benefits of clean transport. For those eager to understand the nuances of electric commuting, Arnold Clark's event promises a comprehensive dive. The event will highlight the advancements propelling the switch to electric vehicles and demonstrate how these innovations can redefine everyday commuting.

Event Highlights:

Educate Yourself: Arnold Clark's seasoned experts will be ready to offer detailed, impartial advice on electric vehicles, e-mobility, and grants. Attendees can also understand the company's strides towards its sustainability objectives.

Power Up with Knowledge: As home charging becomes essential for EV owners, specialists from Bumblebee will demystify the process. Plus, get a sneak peek into the upcoming ultra-rapid charging network -- Arnold Clark Charge.

Take the Wheel: With over 60 electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles ready for test drives, participants can find their perfect electric match.

Embrace the Future: If you're considering the switch, discover attractive electric vehicle deals.

Refresh & Recharge: Attendees can enjoy complimentary tea and coffee. And to remember the day? A special World EV Day goodie bag awaits!

Details at a Glance:

Venue: Arnold Clark Innovation Centre, 701 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow, G11 6NA
Date: 9th September
-Time: 11am - 4pm (Slots of 1 hour each)

Save Your Spot!

To ensure you don't miss out on this electric experience, secure your attendance now: Register for Arnold Clark World EV Day

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