National Drive Electric Week Event - Brookline
|Day:||Saturday, September 19, 2015 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the events page.|
|Time:||8:30 to 10:30 am|
Larz Anderson Auto Museum
15 Newton St
Brookline, MA 02445
Over 100 EV drivers and spectators brought their enthusiasm and 35 vehicles to the historic Larz Anderson Auto Museum for EV Day this year. 20 different makes and models demonstrated some of the many ways to drive oil free and help the environment.
- 12 different production electric vehicles eligible for Massachusetts EV Rebates and Federal Tax Credits
- Iconic or out of production EVs like the BMW i8, Fisker Karma, Tesla Roadster
- 10 examples of the Tesla Model S, single and dual motor variants including the new P90D with Ludicrous mode
- Gas car conversions to electric powertrains - Chevy, Saturn and MG
- Formula SAE electric race car from MIT Motorsports
- eBike from Zero Motorcycles, commercial hybrid truck from XL Hybrids, and startup TransitX
- Fast charging network offering from NRG EVgo, solar energy from Solar City, and charging solutions from Wattzilla
photo by: Kevin Taback
EV day at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum September 19, 2015. Vehicles on display included the BMW i8 and i3, Tesla Model S and Roadster, Fisker Karma, MIT Motorsports electric Formula SAE race car, VW eGolf, Nissan Leaf, Chevrolet Volt, Toyota Prius plug in, XL Hybrids XL3 box truck, Zero Motorcycle, Smart fortwo, Mitsubishi iMEV, Ford Focus, and electric conversion cars - Chevy S10, Saturn SC2, Chevy Metro and MGB. Other participants included nrgEVgo, Solar City, Wattzilla, and TransitX.
Curious about Driving Electric? EV Enthusiast?
If so, help us celebrate 2015 National Drive Electric Week at Electric Vehicle Day in Brookline, MA. On Saturday, September 19, 2015 from 8:30-10:30am, come see how people like you are driving Oil Free. Speak with new and experienced owners of electric vehicles and see dozens of different examples of electric transportation side by side. Bring your questions or your own electric vehicle and share the enthusiasm for the morning at the historic Larz Anderson Auto Museum.
National Drive Electric Week, celebrating its fifth anniversary this year, is based on the idea that nothing beats learning the ropes from existing owners and ride-and-drives in clean, quiet and powerful plug-in vehicles for converting gasoline-car drivers to EV owners. The event showcases the cost-savings, clean-air benefits and fun of plug-ins. Plug In America, the Sierra Club and the Electric Auto Association team up with local groups to organize events, which feature all-electric and plug-in hybrid electric cars from every automaker on the market.
EV Day will be an informal version of other themed lawn events held on the Larz Anderson Auto Museum grounds where attendees and owners will have the opportunity to show their vehicles and see a wide range of conversions and new production models available on the market. Open to any 2-4 wheel conversion, custom build or modern factory built plug-in electric vehicle.
Electric Vehicle Day at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum Registrant Highlights
A dozen different production electric vehicles eligible for Massachusetts EV Rebates and Federal Tax Credits
Iconic and out of production EVs like the BMW i8, Fisker Karma, Tesla Roadster
Classic car conversions to electric powertrains
Formula SAE electric race car from MIT Motorsports
American EV-only companies Zero Motorcycles and Tesla Motors
Fast charging network offering from NRG EVgo and solar energy from Solar City
Admission is free for all, but we hope you will strongly consider supporting our host, with membership to the Larz Anderson Auto Museum, as well as the other sponsors of National Drive Electric Week - Plug In America, the Sierra Club and the Electric Auto Association.
There are currently 79 attendees registered.
Expected Plug-In Vehicles
|Tesla Model S||10|
|BMW i3 REx||3|
|Smart fortwo electric drive||2|
|Ford Focus Electric||1|
|Honda Fit EV||1|
|Other Plug-In Vehicle||1|
|Toyota Plug-in Prius||1|
Registered attendees report 467,378 electric miles driven.
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