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LDV leads the way as light commercial vehicles go electric

Chinese backing makes LDV the one to watch in the sector following impressive unveilings at Birmingham Show

5th May, 2019

The annual Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham took place earlier this week and it’s as relevant to Irish businesses as it is to Britain’s, with the debut of several important new light commercial vehicles. A significantly updated Ford Transit range was on display, for example, as was the compact new Toyota Proace City.

Stealing the limelight, however, were new electric vans, kicking off with the Volkswagen e-Caddy and e-Transporter, which made...

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