Drive Electric Festival – Oak Ridge Today
Celebrate National Drive Electric Week with free, no-obligation test drives of electric vehicles and enjoy an EV show.
“Come and have all your questions about electric drive answered if you want to buy an electric vehicle,” says a press release. “If you already own an electric vehicle, please come to our electric vehicle show and help us meet our goal of 100 electric vehicles and host the largest event in Tennessee. Come and experience the fun of electric driving! “
Owner vehicles expected include Chevrolet Bolts and Volts, Energica Motorcycle, Fisker Karma, Kia Niro, Nissan LEAF, Smart for Two, Tesla Models 3, Y, S and X, Toyota Prius Prime, Volkswagen ID4, Zero Motorcycle and more. Harper Auto Square plans to bring a Porsche Taycan, a Volkswagen ID4 and an Audi eTron, according to the press release. Shipowner Chevrolet plans to bring a Chevy Bolt. The Knoxville Tesla Service Center brings their cars. Other local dealers bring models that are available in the Knoxville area.
“Don’t miss the regional debut of two Arcimoto FUVs,” the press release says.
Food trucks will be on site, and there will be outdoor games and giveaways.
Where: Pelissippi State Community College in the Hardin Valley
When: Saturday, September 25th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Further information can be found on the event page at https://driveelectricweek.org/event.php?eventid=2779.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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