"The Great Test of Electric Vehicles" will take place for the third time! The project organised by MHC MOBILITY Poland, one of the largest companies in the vehicle financing and rental market, has been well welcomed by its clients. The aim of the project is to popularise alternative drives and zero-emission vehicles in business. The test will begin on 14 October and last until mid-November.
-The era of internal combustion drives is coming to an end. Electromobility is the future of transport and the transformation in this direction is a necessity. The European Parliaments have set 2035 as the date for banning the sale of new cars and vans equipped with combustion engines, says Eric Van Vliet, CEO of MHC MOBILITY in Central and Eastern Europe. - At MHC MOBILITY, we already have ready-made solutions that respond to this challenge and have been promoting them intensively to existing and future customers for a long time, he adds.
According to data from the end of August 2022, there were more than 54,300 passenger and commercial electric cars registered in Poland*. This is not yet an impressive result, but it should be noted that the number of electric cars increased by as much as 42% compared to the same period in 2021.
"The Great Test of Electric Vehicles" is an excellent opportunity to see how this type of vehicle operates in urban and suburban traffic and in industrial use. MHC MOBILITY's customers will receive both cars and vans for a few days' test. This will enable them to see the many advantages of zero-emission vehicles, not only in terms of economy, but also in terms of driving comfort or recharging speed, as well as the equipment of specific models.
At the end of the tests, participants will be asked to complete a questionnaire, on the basis of which a report will be prepared. - Organised for the third time now, the 'Great EV Test' allows us to take a better look at our customers' needs and meet their expectations. Our aim is to provide our business partners with tailor-made solutions to help them reduce their carbon footprint," stresses Tomasz Piekarski, Commercial Director of MHC Mobility.
* According to data from the end of August 2022, there were a total of 54,331 passenger and commercial electric cars registered in Poland. For eight months of 2022, their number increased by 16,139 vehicles, i.e. 42% more than in the same period of 2021. (PZPM and PSPA Electromobility Counter data)
** Cars available for testing:
Ford E-Transit Skoda Enyaq, VW ID.4, VW ID.5, Audi Q4, Audi e-tron, Audi e-tron GT*, KIA e-niro, KIA EV6, Renault Zoe Intense version, Renault Megane E-Tech Techno version , Renault Master Electric Business L2H2 van, Dacia Spring, Hyundai KONA EV, Hyundai Ioniq 5, Peugeot e-rifter, Peugeot e-208, Peugeot e-2008, Volvo XC40, Volvo C40, Renault Megane E-Tech, Mercedes e-sprinter, Audi Q4 e -tron, Renault Megane E-Tech, Toyota PROACE EV.