Electric vehicles (EVs) aren’t the stuff of science fiction, they are very real and they are here to stay! 

If you haven’t seen an electric vehicle for yourself, come along to an event or talk to a local dealer.  At these events, you will be able to talk to some of the owners or read information about the current EV situation in New Zealand and what steps are being taken to increase uptake.

For details of past events look at our blog  

  • Sunday, November 26, 2017 at 10:00 AM
    Maungaturoto Primary School in Maungaturoto, New Zealand

    Maungaturoto - 26th Nov - EV Display


    Gold coin entry
    Register your vehicle/bike at maungaturotocarshow@gmail.com
    All money raised on the day will be gifted back to the school to enrich the children's learning and assist their education.
    Petrol Head Olympics competitions e.g. timed tyre changing etc.
    Food available including BBQ, spit roast sandwiches & Lions caravan.
    People’s Choice Prize plus many more awards.
    Enter from Hurndall Street, next to the Four Square.
    Fabulous entertainment.

  • Saturday, December 02, 2017 at 10:00 AM · 5 rsvps
    Christchurch A&P Showgrounds

    Christchurch - 2 Dec - Evolocity Grand Final


    SATURDAY 2 December, 10AM - 4PM

    Christchurch is hosting the grand final of Evolocity.

    Schools from around New Zealand have been building their very own electric vehicles and racing them against each other in drag and endurance races.

    The teams you will see today have come top in their regional finals and will now battle it out to see who is the champion.

    Would you like to drive an electric vehicle (EV)?
    Come down to Evolocity and put your name down to ride or drive an EV.
    You must be over 25 with a full clean driving licence to be able to test drive.

  • Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 03:00 PM · 4 rsvps

    Hamilton - 10 Dec - Santa Parade




    SUNDAY 10 December, 3PM - 5PM

    The First Credit Union Christmas Parade attracts over 28,000 people from the Waikato region and 2,000+ participants on floats, in costume or behind the scenes. The parade has become a must-do event for families and represents a child’s Christmas fantasy.

    This year we will be driving a convoy of six electric vehicles in the display, representing the EV community and showcasing the future of transportation in New Zealand and the World!

    If you can help out either by driving your vehicle in the parade or walking alongside the vehicles (there is a requirement for this) please get in touch with myself (Justin) either through Facebook or on my mobile 0223427044.

    Merr-EV-Christmas everyone!