Future Drive Motor Show Announced for 2013 at ExCeL London

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EcoVelocity, he event which gathered tens of thousands of green motorists in its first year, has created a spin-off in the form of the exciting new show – ‘Future Drive Motor Show’. This will be hosted next year at ExCeL London, running between May 5th and the 12th, 2013.
The motor show will give you the chance to check out the latest automotive and motorcycle technologies, plus electric supercar paddock, a garage of the future, a motorbike and scooter test drive area as well as a kiddies driving area.

“The automotive sector has developed some amazing and jaw dropping technology that the public would love to see …. Gadgets that ‘Q’ would have developed for James Bond are now a reality - cars that drive themselves, park themselves, stop motorists having accidents, cars that run on electricity and even hydrogen as well as traditional looking  but silent electric motorbikes,” said Event organizer Giles Brown.

“According to our research visitors are looking for a show where they can see new vehicles, take a test drive, talk to the experts and arm themselves with knowledge that will help them in their buying decision process.  Motorists are faced with an ever more complex range of technology to consider when they look to buy their new mode of transport – whether it is a car or a bike, Future Drive will deliver all this and more,” he added.
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