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Wednesday 10 - Thursday 11 June 2020
Millbrook Proving Ground

Why Attend

WHY ATTEND?

Find out why you should attend the UK's largest and most comprehensive test-driving event for fleet decision makers and influencers.

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Find your future fleet

Test cars and vans from major manufacturers in order to find a model that suits you and your company’s needs.

 
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Experience a world-renowned testing facility and evaluate the latest technologies

Drive unaccompanied on four purpose-built testing courses simulating urban, rural, off-road and motorway driving conditions and test innovative technologies such as lane-keep assist, terrain response and low-speed collision mitigation.

 
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Evaluate the latest EV & hybrid technologies

Test drive and view the biggest collection of pure electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles in the UK and identify the electric and PHEV cars and vans that most suit your business requirements.

 
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Meet representatives from major manufacturers

Benefit from networking, collaboration and knowledge transfer through meeting suppliers and manufacturers and enhance your knowledge on current and upcoming models.

 
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Keep up to date with fleet policy and trends

Take part in debates which address key industry issues, such as the challenges faced in adopting an electric/hybrid fleet.

 

 


 


 

CCIA is a great opportunity to see new models either static or first drive, this helps us with advising drivers when choosing which vehicle is best suited to their needs

 

Sue McGuigan, Fleet Controller, Eric Wright Group

 

2019 manufacturers:

 
 

BMW (UK)
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Ford Motor Company
Honda (UK)
Jaguar Land Rover
Kia Motors UK
Lexus
Mercedes-Benz UK
MINI

Porsche
Renault UK
SEAT UK
Suzuki GB
Toyota
Vauxhall
Volvo Car UK

 
 

Just some of the models that were available to evaluate in 2019:

 
 

ALFA Romeo Giulia
Range Rover Evoque
Jaguar XE
FIAT 500X
Ford Focus
Honda CR-V Hybrid
Suzuki Swift
BMW 3 Series
MINI Cooper S
Vauxhall Grandland X
Porsche Macan

Jeep Compass
Lexus UX
Mercedes-Benz GLE
Kia Proceed
Renault Kadjar
Seat Tarraco
Toyota Corolla
Jaguar I-PACE
Hybrid Range Rover
Range Rover Sport
Abarth 595

Suzuki Vitari
Suzuki S-Cross
Suzuki Ignis
Renault Clio
Renault Zoe
Renault Sport Megane Trophy
Volvo S60
Kia e-Niro
Kia Stinger
Volvo XC40