Most of our time at Fully Charged was, naturally, spent on our stand telling potential customers about the benefits of solar and battery storage. However, there was still time to go exploring around the show and I began by heading towards the main EV sales area.
Here the most popular electric cars were on show, along with the option of test driving them. I didn’t have time to test drive – and I have a new EV on order anyway – but Jason had a drive of the MG 5 estate that he has his eye on.
Here’s a quick run through of some of the most popular EVs on show there (i.e. not the most expensive!).
MG 5 EV estate (Image: TL/Tanjent)
MG ZS SUV (Image: TL/Tanjent)
VW ID.3 EV (Image: TL/Tanjent)
Renault ZOE EV (Image: TL/Tanjent)
Citroen DS3 Crossback EV (Image: TL/Tanjent)
Peugeot 2008 EV SUV (Image: TL/Tanjent)
Vauxhall Corsa-e EV (Image: TL/Tanjent)
Kia e-Niro EV (Image: TL/Tanjent)
Next time I’ll cover some of the more exotic EVs on display at the show.
Meanwhile here’s a good overall summary of the show from the organisers: