28 oct 21

Come test new models fit for your fleet at the 2021 Fleet Europe Summit

At the Fleet Europe Summit on 9 and 10 November in Brussels, Fleet Europe and its partners give attendees the opportunity to discover and test-drive new alternative powertrained vehicles available on the market today and tomorrow. On 10 November (from 8:00 to 18:00 CET), you can test over 10 different electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles from leading car manufacturers. This is your chance to experience and compare the vehicles that you and your colleagues will drive tomorrow – and this all in one spot!

Kia - EV6 GT - Line 2021

 The EV6 offers buyers a choice of multiple fully-electric, zero-emission powertrain configurations, including long-range (77.4 kWh) and standard-range (58.0 kWh) high-voltage battery packs. The 2WD 77.4 kWh EV6 can travel over 510 kilometres (316 miles) on a single charge on the WLTP combined cycle. With a maximum 605 Nm torque available on the AWD version, the EV6 can accelerate from 0-to-100 km/h in just 5.2 seconds. Equipped with 430kW dual motors, the EV6 GT takes electric performance to another level. With a maximum 740Nm torque, the AWD GT version accelerates from 0-to-100 km/h in an eye-watering 3.5 seconds.

Polestar 2 - Long Range Dual Motor

 The Long range Dual motor powertrain, the most powerful of the three versions available, gives a total range of 482 km (WLTP). Instant acceleration, responsive handling, instinctive steering and 300 kW (408 hp) of pure electric power delivered to all four wheels. The Polestar 2 Long range Dual motor is the version to choose if performance is a top priority.


BMW - iX xDrive40 2021

 The BMW iX will be launched with a choice of two model variants. Both are equipped with an electric all-wheel-drive system, with combined output of 385 kW/523 hp in the BMW iX xDrive50 and 240 kW/326 hp in the BMW iX xDrive40. The drive technology’s efficiency paired to the very latest battery cell technology results in WLTP-calculated ranges of up to 630 kilometres in the BMW iX xDrive50 and up to 425 kilometres in the BMW iX xDrive40


DS9 - E-Tense Rivoli +

 DS 9 is the ultimate expression of Parisian luxury and the flagship of the DS brand. DS 9 has been developed with the most discerning corporate customers in mind, bringing together unseen levels of luxury, technological sophistication and safety in a seductive corporate package. The E-TENSE plug-in hybrid powertrain we proudly present to you makes for a compelling TCO as does the generous standard equipment. DS 9 is a perfect blend of remarkable savoir-faire and cutting-edge technology that will enhance your Top Managers satisfaction, optimize your fleet costs and help you reach your CSR goals.


Polestar 2 - Standard Range Single Motor

 Standard range Single motor version of the Polestar 2 will comfortably cover most day-to-day travel needs, while also offering an engaging drive. The Polestar 2 Standard range Single motor offers 444 km (WLTP) of range with 170 kW (231 hp) of pure electric power to the front axle. All the essentials for an elevated electric experience.


Toyota - Mirai 2021

 Second generation of Toyota’s ground-breaking, zero emission hydrogen fuel cell electric sedan. Completely redesigned fuel cell system, with significant reductions in the size and weight of all principal components. New platform and repackaged powertrain allow for a third hydrogen fuel tank to be added, contributing to a 30% increase in the car’s driving range to around 650 km. Easy refuelling in five minutes or less. Focus on building more emotional appeal through design and driving quality, in addition to the Mirai’s eco-performance. Total power of 134 kW/182 DIN hp.


DS4 - Performance Line – E-Tense (PHEV)

 At the heart of the Premium C segment, DS 4 stands out with its charismatic design driven by unmatched expertise and advanced technology, with features yet to be seen in the segment. The E-TENSE plug-in hybrid powertrain we proudly present to you makes for a compelling TCO as does the generous standard equipment. Built on a reliable base with unique and world-renowned expertise in the field of electrification, DS 4 is using refinement and the latest in engineering to optimize the TCO of your fleet, enhance your employees satisfaction, and reduce your CO2 footprint.


Hyundai - IONIQ 5

I ONIQ 5 is based on the E-GMP Platform developed specifically for battery electric vehicles offering choice of two battery sizes – 58 and 72.6 kWh – and a choice of all-wheel or rear-wheel drive. Depending on the configuration, the battery-electric vehicle can achieve a system output of up to 225 kW/305 PS and offers a range of up to 481 kilometers, according to WLTP. Particularly advanced is the BEV’s 800-volt technology, which allows both battery options to charge from 10 to 80 percent within 18 minutes when connected to an ultra-fast charging point. In addition, the Vehicle-to-Load function can be used to power electrical devices, from laptops to e-scooters, with 230-volt alternating current.


Tesla - Model Y 2021

 With 507 km (WLTP) of range, plenty of storage space and a medical-grade HEPA air filter, Model Y Long Range All-Wheel Drive is the ultimate combination of performance and utility. Tesla Model Y is designed to get better over time with regular over the air software updates. Continue to get the latest updates after delivery—like new apps, Autopilot options, range improvements and more. 


CUPRA -  BORN 2021

 CUPRA breaks the rules of the market with the launch of the Born, which combines performance and electrification, and begins the journey into a new era. CUPRA's first 100% electric vehicle, a challenging and unconventional brand, offers exhilarating design and electrifying performance. In addition, it leads the expansion into new markets and is the starting point of a new business model. Cupra Born is called to help the company in its electrical transformation process. Thanks to the design and use of advanced technologies applied to the motor and battery management, you will achieve this goal.

Audi e-tron GT (left) & Audi Q4 e-tron


The driving process

Each test-drive session will last maximum 30 minutes and the timing of each session will be allocated this way:

  • 5 minutes for the car’s presentation by a specialist of the brand
  • 20 minutes for the test-drive itself
  • 5 minutes for the closing discussion and the vehicle check


All the participants will have to do a check-in first before driving any car. During that check-in, they will have to

  • Show a valid driving license
  • Sign the rules & regulations document related to the test-drive

You are interested to test one or more of the newest cars? Don't wait but register here to have a chance to test them. 

Images : courtesy of each car brand mentioned.

Authored by: Bénédicte Crauwels