Debut edition of intercity EV Rally was organised parallel of COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference 2021 being organised at Glasgow, Scotland. Popularly known as #EVROS started from Glasgow flagged by celebrity racer Nicolas Hamilton and finished its 5 days journey at Western Commercial Circle, Glasgow. It wasn’t just an EV Rally but also organised highly-interactive event, that engaged hundreds-of-thousands of people, across multiple demographics, class and through social media platforms to talk about Climate Goals.
Team Polestar & Team Stellantis of EVROS covered 1028 miles across Scotland in 5 days on an overall average speed of 34.75mph in a total driving tenure of 30hrs 19mins with 13 charging sessions; spending plugged-in for 7hrs 09mins 25secs to consume 308.51kWh energy in 16+ EVs.
People behind this highly successful and inspiring clean e-drive were not just environmentalists but EV & Auto enthusiast comprising many individuals and teams from organisations varying from different sectors like ChargePlace Scotland, Zap-Map, eDeliver 3 electric vans, Maxus UK, EV KEITH, Western Commercial Mercedes-Benz, Polestar, SWARCO eVolt, Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc (MSIP) , DriveTech, WEBFLEET, The Herald, Glasgow City Council, Home Energy Scotland, Energy Saving Trust, Kia, Vauxhall, Arnold Clark Automobiles Limited, Innovation Centre, Vanarama, Queensferry Crossing, Forth Road Bridge and Forth Bridge, Stellantis, The AA UK, Hyundai UK, DS Automobiles and many more behind the curtain of the great show.