KINGMAN – Drive Electric Earth Day will be held Saturday, October 1 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Route 66 EV Museum at the Powerhouse Visitors Center, 120 W. Andy Devine Ave.
Admission is free and the Historic EV Foundation will be displaying some of the rarest and most valuable vehicles in their collection, including:
– a rare 2008 Tesla Roadster (#480: Tesla has only sold 2,450 of these pioneering EVs worldwide.)
– a 1930 Detroit Electric.
– a rare 2002 Toyota RAV4 EV.
– a record-breaking EV racer.
– Willie Nelson’s Rolls style golf cart and more.
In a press release, the organizers promised the “most diverse presentation of all Drive Electric events planned nationwide”.
Attendees will be able to speak to real-world drivers who advocate for the adoption of EV technology.
The museum’s EV exhibit of approximately 25 electric vehicles is just a quarter of the world’s largest collection of historically significant electric vehicles from the Historic EV Foundation.
The Foundation will also present a short program with the latest information on the Kingman facility which is being renovated to house the Foundation’s new experimental EV exhibit.
Register at https://driveelectricweek.org/event?eventid=3400 as an attendee to showcase your electric vehicle, as a volunteer to help with event logistics, or as an attendee interested in learning more from drivers , who will share their uncensored, first-hand knowledge of their EV experiences.
The event is presented by the Historic Electric Vehicle Foundation, the Kingman Office of Tourism and the Route 66 Electric Vehicle Association.