Maxus has launched its biggest electric vehicle (EV) support programme ever encouraging van drivers to make the switch to electric this year.
The new campaign will see the company commit £30 million to the UK EV market to help van drivers, small businesses and larger fleets move away from internal combustions engines.
Making the switch as attractive and affordable as possible, this conquest support programme is a limited time offer for the first 2,000 zero-emission Maxus e-Deliver 9 vehicles ordered this year.
Mark Barrett, general manager of Harris Maxus, said: “Our new £30m EV conquest programme will help ensure that by the end of the year there will be an additional 2,000 eLCVs on the road, and 2,000 fewer ICE powered vehicles. We believe this is an unprecedented demonstration of industry playing its part in supporting the move to electric motoring.”