The MEVS will be back in early summer or fall 2021 at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal for a fourth edition
The 3nd edition of Montreal Electric Vehicle Show was a huge success!
Challenge met for the first Electric Vehicle Show in Quebec City!
Quebec's first electric vehicle show, co-produced by the Mobilis Corporation and the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show organization, was a total success all the way. More than 8,244 people have crossed the doors of ExpoCité to learn, try and compare everything that affects the transportation’s electrification.
"We are very pleased with the number of visitors we received at this first Electric Vehicle Show. This demonstrates very well that the population is ready to consider changing their transportation habits," says Mr. Charles Drouin, Executive Chef of the Mobilis Corporation.
Throughout the weekend, visitors were able to get solid inform, not only about the vehicles presented by the different manufacturers, but also about the residential refills solutions that can be installed, and the different modes of electric transport such as bikes, scooters, motorcycles or even scooters that are now available to the general public.
The great popularity of free road tests
The road tests have been rated throughout the weekend! Indeed, these are 1,883 road tests that were carried out by visitors charmed by the 25 cars present on site. ''The Quebec electric vehicle show was a must for visitors wishing to see and test the electric vehicles available on the market. They were able to compare the models and get their own idea of the vehicle that best meets their needs," says Luc Saumure, co-promoter of the first Quebec Electric Vehicle Show.
In addition to the road tests, visitors were able to wander on the indoor track designed for the great pleasure of those who proposed to try the bikes, scooters and small motorcycles.
A first edition that ends on a positive note and sets the tone for future editions of the SVEQ! See you next year!
SVEM and SVEQ postponed later in 2021
Due to the current situation, the events that were originally scheduled to take place from April 23 to 25, 2021 in Montreal and from May 14 to 16, 2021 in Quebec, will unfortunately be postponed for a few months. The ever-present covid-19 pandemic is forcing us to postpone the two events to early summer or fall depending on how the situation evolves.