Leading the Charge - Annual Electric Vehicle Road Trip - 2018 - Bluff to the Cape Reinga.
The annual Leading the Charge EV Road Trip will be stopping at Richmond this year to showcase the latest in Electric Vehicle technology.
A group of eight electric vehicle (EV) enthusiasts, driving 5,000 kilometres across New Zealand, will be stopping at iconic Hawke’s Bay locations on Monday 26 March.
The ‘Leading the Charge’ convoy began their journey in Bluff on 14 March and will stop at Havelock North, Te Mata Peak and the Napier Sound Shell. Their journey ends in Cape Reinga on 3 April.
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Get a glimpse of what Wellington roads will look like in 10 years this Friday 23 March on Cuba Street when a convoy of electric vehicles park up for the public to see, ride in, and even test drive.
Wellington City Council is hosting the Leading the Charge electric vehicle road trip as it stops in Wellington on its way from Bluff to Cape Reinga.
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A convoy of electric vehicles (EVs) are buzzing into Lower Hutt this month as part of the #LeadingTheCharge country wide road trip.
The exhibition will arrive at Dowse Square on Thursday after having travelled roughly half of their journey from Bluff to Cape Reinga.
[Wellington Scoop - 16 Mar 2018]Read more
A CONVOY of electric vehicle’s (EVs) are coming to Gisborne later this month.
On March 27 from 12.30-2.30pm, a fleet of EVs will touch down as part of the Leading The Charge New Zealand road trip.
Setting off from Bluff on March 14, the convoy winds its way up the entire country, finishing at Cape Reinga.
Along the way, public events are planned to allow as many people as possible to experience an EV.
[Jonathan Rush - The Gisborne Herald - 6th March 2018]Read more
The 4th annual Leading the Charge Road Trip will be visiting Wellington on 23rd March, the midway point for a fleet of electric cars driving from Bluff to Cape Reinga.
Lower Cuba Street will be transformed into a street of the future, with electric vehicles parked for an entire city block.
[Sustainable Business Network - March 2018]
Tesla S, Tesla X, Renault Zoe, Hyundai Ioniq, BMWi3, Nissan Leaf, Nissan E-NV200 van, Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, Toyota Prius PHEV... and more.
Electric cars tour from Bluff to Cape Reinga each year to help inform the public and to promote electric vehicle uptake in NZ.
Electric vehicles are an important & easy way to lower gig emissions and reduce air and water pollution in our cities and towns. They are also comfortable, economical, fast and fun and are becoming more and more affordable. A second hand EV starts at about $9,999.
[Sue Pugmire - Stuff Events - Mar 2018]Read more