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Test Drives & Rides

Test drives and rides with a driver will take place during the exhibition and conference days.


Tuesday March 27 & Wednesday March 28

Test drive a second-generation RAV4 EV electric car and a Prius Plug-in Hybrid. Visit the Toyota booth in the exhibition hall to book your test drive.

The second-generation RAV4 EV demonstration vehicle represents an important milestone in Toyota's unique collaboration project with Tesla. The actual real world driving range is approximately 100 miles from a full battery charge. The technical features and appearance of the RAV4 EV demonstration vehicle will serve as targets for the fully engineered, market-ready vehicle, expected to launch in 2012.

The Prius Plug-in Hybrid is engineered for dedicated electric driving capability that can let you travel up to 62 mph on electric power alone. The Plug-in is rated to drive up to 11 miles while in EV mode. It also features a quick three-hour charge time from a standard 120V AC household outlet. If you run out of electric charge, the vehicle seamlessly shifts into hybrid mode, still giving you great mpg.



Tuesday March 27 & Wednesday March 28
Mercedes-Benz (Daimler)

Test drive a Mercedes-Benz fuel cell car, the B-Class F-CELL. Visit the Daimler booth in the exhibition hall to book your test drive.

Mercedes-Benz are currently conducting global testing involving more than 100 fuel cell vehicles - the largest fleet in the automotive industry. Their B-Class is being trialled in F-Cell form and the first production fuel cell car is expected to be market ready between 2012 - 2015.

But while they're designing automobiles to be as environmentally sound as possible, they make no sacrifices in terms of safety, comfort and superior driving performance. In other words, driving pleasure and energy conservation need not be mutually exclusive.