Honda is back supporting EcoVelocity for a second year running, as it moves to its new home at ExCel in the heartland of London’s dockland. Running from Saturday 5 May through to Sunday 13 May, Honda will be showcasing a selection of hybrid and British built models as part of Honda’s ‘Future Garden’ area as well as communicating all its good news on its innovative environmentally aware manufacturing processes.
Visitors to Honda’s Future Garden can mingle round Honda’s range of environmentally friendly hybrid cars – CR-Z and Jazz Hybrid – and British built models – CR-V SUV and new Civic hatchback and also take them for a spin on a specially-constructed 3.5 mile road track. Test drives can be booked in advance through the EcoVelocity website as well as offered on a ‘just turn up’ basis.
Two wheel fans will also have the opportunity to take a closer look at the Vision 50, a moped that offers reliable, fun mobility at a low price and a staggering fuel efficiency figure of up to 146.9mpg*. The hugely popular ‘new for 2012’ NC700X will also be present; a versatile crossover motorcycle that also offers an astounding 78.8mpg**.
To celebrate the launch of the new Civic, Honda will be running a competition throughout the show where 9 lucky people will win a £200 Marks & Spencer gift card. As a little extra treat, Honda is giving a free coffee voucher to all Honda bike and car owners who show their key to staff in the Future Garden area.
EcoVelocity, the low-carbon motor event, is running from 5th – 13th May at London’s ExCeL, alongside Grand Designs Live. Further information and tickets can be bought in advance at www.ecovelocity.co.uk or by calling 0844 209 7352.
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