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Ford and Volvo among the most important car brands at Fleet & Mobility Live 2021

Ford and Volvo have confirmed their participation as exhibitors at this year’s Fleet & Mobility Live event.

A number of major fleet car and van manufacturers are expected to attend Fleet & Mobility Live 2021 at the Birmingham NEC from October 5-6 and showcase the latest fleet-related models.

Ford recently unveiled its first production electric car, the Mustang Mach-E, and will soon be unveiling its first electric transit van. These all-electric models stand alongside the plug-in hybrids Kuga and Transit Custom, while Ford has also increased the number of hybrid and mild hybrid powertrains in the rest of its product range.

Volvo is also making a significant move towards electrification, with the new all-electric XC40 Recharge spearheading its future product range. Soon, the XC40 will be joined by a brand new C40 electric SUV, which will be Volvo’s first car to be offered exclusively as an electric vehicle.

The annual Fleet & Mobility Live event returns this year in a physical format so that delegates can experience the latest electric and hybrid cars and vans up close and learn more about them from brand representatives.

Fleet & Mobility Live 2021 provides priceless fleet insights curated by leading fleet and HR managers to address current fleet issues and long-term challenges.

In addition to the latest vehicles and products, the event offers numerous opportunities for networking. In addition, there will be a series of seminars with more than 20 expert speakers during the two-day event.

The safety of visitors, exhibitors and employees is a top priority for Fleet News and the NEC, and a number of robust measures are in place to protect everyone. Fleet decision-makers and suppliers can confidently attend the event.

The agenda for Fleet & Mobility Live can now be viewed and registration for fleet decision-makers is open and free of charge.


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