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News & Press: August 2020

Free-to-attend - Niche Vehicle Symposium 2020

27 August 2020  
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The 9th Niche Vehicle Symposium, showcasing UK niche vehicle collaborative innovation in low carbon technologies, will take place on Wednesday 9th September and given current event restrictions due to Covid-19, will be an online event.

A comprehensive speaker programme includes a plenary session with representatives from Innovate UK and the Advanced Propulsion Centre, followed by dissemination of completed NVN R&D projects centred on the themes of vehicle electrification, zero emissions and light-weighting technologies, with each session also featuring an interactive Panel Q&A. 

Companies presenting these latest developments in niche vehicle automotive technology include Ariel, Prodrive Composites, BAC, Sunamp, Pashley Cycles, Carbon ThreeSixty and many more!

Other features of the Niche Vehicle Symposium include:

  • Interactive ‘Meet the Speaker’ Q&A sessions with senior representatives from prominent niche vehicle companies
  • A ‘Virtual Hub’ that will include information on niche vehicle case studies, manufacturer insights, factory tours, new product developments and much more
  • Launch of 2020 Niche Vehicle Feasibility Studies Competition
  • Delegate Directory to enable delegates to reach out and make contact with other NVN members

This will be an immersive, highly informative and interactive all-day event, offering lively and compelling debate. 

The event is free and only open to members of the Niche Vehicle Network. MIA Members are invited to register to join NVN, free-of-charge, to then register to attend this Symposium. 

For more details, full speaker programme and to register: