Brooklands Museum, the birthplace of British motorsport and aviation innovation, is hosting an alternative energy and transport event at its iconic venue and museum. Future Motion Live, to be held on 31st May, provides those considering alternatively-fuelled vehicles from a consumer, business and motorsport perspective the opportunity to explore the latest technological advancements and discover the progress made in sustainability.
The event will see vehicle manufacturers, alternative energy innovators and industry experts/bodies all provide the latest on the progression of transport, technology and policies. Ground-breaking technological advancements and important policy changes will be debated via forums hosted by leading automotive editor Steve Cropley, with topics covering a vision for transport and sustainability, the maturing alternative energy infrastructure and the future of alternative fuels in motorsport.
Among others, Toyota will be in attendance demonstrating its hydrogen models, while electric vehicle charging specialist BP Chargemaster and industry bodies Motorsport UK and the RAC will also provide their latest updates on alternative energies. Attendees will also have the opportunity to test drive vehicles powered by electricity, LPG or hydrogen around the famous venue.
“We’re proud of our reputation in British motorsport and aviation,” says Tamalie Newbery, CEO of Brooklands Museum. “We’ve always been a crucible for innovation and invention, and early representations of EV technology were developed here before the First World War. Future Motion Live serves as a celebration of Brooklands’ legacy at the forefront of technological advancement, be that the development of the automotive and aerospace industries in the 1920s or showcasing alternative fuels in the 2020s.”
For more information on the event, or to book tickets, please visit https://www.brooklandsmuseum.com/whats-on/future-motion-live