Vans Vans Vans…

Van firms Ashwood Automotive, Citroën, Fiat, Ford, Hyundai, Isuzu, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Peugeot, Renault, Smith Electric, Supertrucks, Tata and Volkswagen are among over 350 exhibitors already signed up for April’s CV Show.
There will be a CV Show debut for Ashwood’s innovative hybrid drive system on stand 4D10. The firm’s Hybrid Transit offers operators a retrofit system meaning that they can green their fleets without the need to buy new vehicles. The system can cut fuel use and emissions by 15-20% and pay for itself in as little as three years.
Citroën will launch its new Nemo light van on stand 5D130 and will show a Supertruck-bodied 22m3 panel, van on a Citroën Relay 35 chassis with a back-to-back cab.
Ford’s new Ranger pick-up will make its UK debut on stand 4C20. The firm says this important new model has exceptional towing capacity of up to 3.3 tonne
Ford will also show the Transit Connect Electric. This is an all-electric version of the very successful Transit Connect and makes its UK debut.
Hyundai UK makes its CV Show debut and will promote its iLoad range, showing a panel van and crew van on stand 4E140.
Isuzu will be on stand 4E50 and says its Rodeo pick-up
Mercedes-Benz will use its stand 5B20 for the UK exhibition debut of its Vito E-Cell. Power comes from a 36 kWh capacity lithium ion battery pack driving through a 70kW electric motor.
Smiths, on stand 5C60, will use the Show for the debut of its crew-cab electric Transit van, the latest addition to its all-electric van and light truck range.
The Tata Ace is the most popular light commercial vehicle in India and a full electric vehicle derivative is to be launched on stand 4F140 at the CV Show
Volkswagen will be back to the Show with a bang for the UK launch of its double-cab Amarok pick-up. The new four-door, four-wheel- drive pick-up will be the star of the firm’s stand 5E20.
The CV Show at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, will be open from 08:30 to 17:30 on Tuesday 12 to Thursday 14 April inclusive. Entry, as always, is free.

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