Two of Peugeot's most exciting electric releases have joined the ever-growing range of cars available to test-drive at the Arnold Clark Innovation Centre.
The Peugeot e-208 and Peugeot e-2008 have been added to the list of more than 60 alternative fuel vehicle vehicles (AFVs), which are on show at the newly opened site in Glasgow.
It’s hoped the Peugeot e-208 will be among the mainstream batch of small cars that will help bring electric cars to the mainstream. You can read our full review here.
Meanwhile, the Peugeot e-2008, an SUV with a range of up to 193 miles, is seen as an ideal purchase for first-time electric vehicle (EV) buyers. Check out our full review here.
The Arnold Clark Innovation Centre is delighted to help highlight the great and ever-expanding line-up of EVs currently available.
The new £5 million site opened last year on Dumbarton Road in Glasgow’s West End with the aim of educating visitors about the benefits of alternative fuel vehicles and why they are becoming so important.
There are more than 60 vehicles on site available to test-drive, from plug-in and self-charging hybrids to fully electric vehicles, including the Volkswagen ID.4, Mercedes EQC, MINI Electric, Hyundai Kona, Kia e-Niro, BMW X2, and BMW i3.
As well as our two managers, there is a team of dedicated Innovation Centre product geniuses working at the centre. They all specialise in AFVs and are there to help customers on their journey towards electric.
For those thinking of switching to AFVs for their company, a business specialist will also be on site to help them make the most informed choice
There are no sales at the site, which is specifically an innovation, information, and educational centre.
While the centre is owned and operated by Arnold Clark, we’re working with the support of a number of organisations to make sure visitors can get all the facts about clean power and AFVs. These include Transport Scotland, OLEV, Scottish Power, Energy Saving Trust, Go Ultra Low, Strathclyde University and The NVT Group who can all provide insights into about how new technology is shaping the way we drive.
You can also learn about the different types of charging and generous government tax and grants available if you're thinking of moving to electric.
Visitors can book a test drive to experience an electric vehicle for themselves by signing up via the Arnold Clark Innovation Centre website here.
The Innovation Centre is ready to welcome visitors and is open Monday – Saturday, 9am – 6pm and 11am – 6pm on Sundays.