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EMotive attend Hydrogen Industry facing workshop at University of Exeter, CFCM

EMotive were proud to attend and present at CFCM’s workshop, where industry leading organisations came together to discuss the challenges and opportunities surrounding the transition to the decarbonisation, utilising hydrogen as a fuel source within the marine, off highway, defence, aero and rail sectors EMotive’s engineering director, Simon Williams, presented the challenges and advantages with …

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EMotive work with University of Exeter, CFCM

University of Exeter’s Centre for Future Clean Mobility complete a funded project to carry out a detailed market study, to identify suitable applications and end users for the Scarab vehicle. This project highlighted a number of new potential applications and also helped to identify specific customer requirements. Completion of project with EMotive, supporting this excellent …

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EMotive published in the e-mobility engineering magazine

EMotive featured in the September edition of the E-Mobility Engineering magazine.  Managing Director, Dan Regan, and Engineering Director, Simon Williams, spent a day with the E-Mobility Engineering team to produce a fantastic and informative eight page spread, showcasing both the commercial and technical innovations.

Filming for ITV News

ITV News recently had the opportunity to test drive the highly anticipated EMotive electric vehicle. With sustainability at the forefront of modern transportation, the EMotive is a striking addition to the EV market that promises to revolutionize the way we view electric vehicles. Filming took place at EMotive’s headquarters in Cullompton, showcasing the Scarab’s potential 

Filming for BBC Spotlight

The BBC Spotlight News team visits EMotive’s headquarters to unveil the Scarab vehicle prototype, illustrating how it can have a profound impact on the off-highway industry and the environment as a whole. The electric truck combines power, efficiency, and eco-friendliness, demonstrating that there are indeed alternatives to traditional combustion engine vehicles.