Who said there wasn’t much EV choice?

The Geneva Motor Show is the biggest motoring event of the year as far as Europe is concerned and it’s one of the most significant annual automotive events in the world. It is a window into the car industry’s present and future, and if there’s one trend that’s set to dominate the 2019 show it’s electrification. Increases EV choice is the main theme this year.

The Geneva Motor Show is the first chance to see many of the products that’ll shape the electric car market in Europe over the coming years. Highlights will include the eagerly anticipated production prototype of the Honda e Prototype concept car, Audi’s Q4 e-tron SUV, the Polestar 2 and the Mercedes EQV luxury people carrier.

EV Choice coming your way. Exciting times ahead!

Alfa Romeo Tonale concept

Alfa Romeo has previewed its first plug-in hybrid SUV in the form of the Tonale concept. See more

Audi Q4 e-tron

Audi Q4 e-tron

Audi’s latest electric SUV will slot in below the e-tron. See more

Kia Imagine

Kia Imagine

Kia has debuted a new fully electric four-door saloon revealing possible plans for a production model in the future. See more

Fiat Centoventi

Surprise Geneva show reveal for Fiat Centoventi electric concept with up to 310-mile range and highly customisable interior. See more

Honda e

The Honda e is a follow-on from the Urban EV concept and a preview of the production model of Honda’s electric city car, which will go on sale later in 2019. See more

Mercedes EQC concept

Mercedes EQV concept

The Mercedes’ V-Class people carrier has gone electric, and this concept will be followed by a production model later in 2019. See more

Polestar 2

Polestar 2

The long-awaited, all-electric Polestar 2 has been revealed. Polestar is now a standalone brand having split from former parent company Volvo. Read more

Seat el-Born

The SEAT el-Born is a hugely significant car. It is the first glimpse of a close-to-production vehicle built on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform, which will underpin a huge range of electric cars from Volkswagen, SEAT, Skoda and Audi in the coming years. Read more

Skoda Vision iV

Like SEAT, Skoda has previewed an electric model that’ll sit on the Volkswagen Group MEB platform. The iV concept is a sporty-looking SUV-coupe and a production version could be on sale by 2021. See more

Now all you need to do is see how to implement an Fleet Electrification strategy. We can show you how to switch.

Hans Damen

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