BMW i3, Tesla Model S And Nissan LEAF On Display in Scotland – Video

JUL 20 2014 BY ELECTRICCARSTV 9

Beautifully Styled, Says John Curtis, The Man With the Fuzzy Mic

Beautifully Styled, Says John Curtis, The Man With the Fuzzy Mic

Scotland is not a nation that we often associate with plug-in vehicles, but that’s quickly changing.

In the works in Scotland is the installation of hundred of additional charging points, which are believed to lead to increased sales of plug-in vehicles.

What we see in this video are several electric vehicles on display in Scotland at a GreenFleets event.  Of course, the goal of GreenFleets is to drive up adoption of cleaner automobiles among fleets.  For sure plug-in vehicles are the wisest choice for most fleets, especially the BMW i3, which is the most “fuel” efficient vehicle available today.

We rather like the video presenter who goes by the name of John Curtis.  He turns what could be a boring clip into something far more entertaining to watch.  His enthusiasm for electric vehicles is apparent.

When fleets go green, the hope is that the rest of public takes notice and follows suit.  Let’s hope this holds true in Scotland.

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9 Comments on "BMW i3, Tesla Model S And Nissan LEAF On Display in Scotland – Video"

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Big Solar

is he talking into one of those troll dolls?

Alaa

I can’t believe that they let this i3 on the roads when the KNOW that with these skinny tiers it is difficult to stop especially on wet roads.

Warren M

Car stops fine with those tires. And quite often the skinny tires will perform better in the wet with more resistance to aqua-planing.

Alaa

You better see this first. I think it is a crime to let these small dangerous cars on the road. Think of it like this. You standing in the rain and a nice BMW try to stop and couldn’t. And you DIE.

Alaa
Alaa

Why does he note say the truth? The Tesla P85+ will go for 265 miles not 200!

Micke Larsson

Green fleet? Are you kidding me?
Five years ago 120 g/km might have been considered “green” (or rather a lesser shade of black).
And the BMW’s have numbers they never have been close to in reality, making them even less green.

Tesla Fan

“i3, beautifully styled” ROFL

Alaa

+1