Friday 17 January 2014

Road - Plugged in

Celebrating 40 years of motor sport action this year, Knockhill now has its own ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING POINT as part of Transport Scotland’s National campaign for a network of points throughout Scotland.

The first customer today was Gordon Malcolm, Eastern BMW’s i Sales Manager (pictured here), with his i3 BMW demonstrator.

Stuart Gray, Knockhill Events and Marketing Director said: “The BMW i3 is the perfect car to use the Knockhill charging point first as the BMW i brand stands for visionary vehicles and inspiring design. Having test driven the i3 myself on Hogmanay, the new BMW i3 is an innovative experience and exhilarating too, and a near silent driving experience."

The charging point is located near Kinnairds Restaurant and the Knockhill Karting Centre and is available to anyone attending Knockhill which can be from all over Scotland, and beyond. Charging is free and available anytime that Knockhill is open (subject to occasional event restrictions such as Touring Cars when it will be for spectators attending the event only).

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