|Audi A1 Sportback TDI|
|Audi A4 Sedan TFSI|
|BMW 5 Series ActiveHybrid
|Honda CR-Z Luxury|
|Honda Insight VTI-L
|Renault Fluence Z.E.|
|Toyota Camry Hybrid|
|Toyota Prius c|
|Toyota Prius v
|Volvo C30 DRIVe|
|Volvo V60 D3 Teknik|
|Volvo XC60 D5
Since 2012 the GreenZone Drive events have delivered close to 2,200 test drives over four events..
The GreenZone Drive low and zero emission public awareness test drive event that has just wrappe..
RACV & RACQ bring GreenZone Drive to Queensland in August.
The Queensland public will be able to drive some of the world’s highest technology green vehicles when Australia’s world-leading GreenZone Drive public test drive event comes to the Gold Coast in August. The four-day event (10-13 August) will allow the public to sample the very latest advanced low emission and zero emission cars at the RACV Royal Pines resort on the Gold Coast.
The world’s first Low Emission Vehicle drive spectacular took place at Melbourne’s Docklands precinct in October 2010. The inaugural GreenZone Drive aimed to raise public awareness of the availability of low emission vehicles. The week-long event combined a display of the very latest low emission vehicles from global manufacturers as well as a unique opportunity for test drives of those cars on the ‘GreenZone Drive’ route, in the heart of Melbourne.
GreenZone Drive returned to Melbourne in August 2011 with a 5 day event in the centre of the Melbourne business district. The 2011 RACV GreenZone Drive showcased an increased range of low emission vehicles and delivered over 450 test drives.
The Adelaide GreenZone Drive took place in early October 2011 and was part of the end-of-event festivities for the 2011 Veolia World Solar Challenge. Located at Victoria Square in the heart of Adelaide, GreenZone Drive presented a major attraction and opportunity for public participation.
Greenwheels was set up by the Low Emission Vehicle (LEV) Automotive Partnership, involving the Royal Automotive Club of Victoria (RACV), the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Victoria and Future Climate Australia.
Visit the Greenwheels website.