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Fleet Forward: The Tour Atlanta Announces Vehicle Lineup

Attendees at the Atlanta tour stop will be able to experience vehicles from Beep, Chevrolet, Ford, Lightning eMotors, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, and Polestar. Mobileye will also demonstrate its ADAS technology. 

Photos: Beep, Chevrolet, Ford, Lightning eMotors, Mobileye, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Polestar / Canva

Fleet Forward: The Tour returns for its second 2023 stop in Atlanta on March 30 at the City of Peachtree Corners City Hall (aka, “Silicon Orchard”). After educational sessions and lunch, attendees can participate in the event’s ride and drive.

The show’s Ride & Drive will feature vehicles from the following brands:

  • BEEP autonomous shuttle
  • Ford E-Transit
  • Ford F-150 Lightning
  • 2022 Mercedes Sprinter Athena EV from ZEVx
  • Polestar 2
  • Lightning eMotors ZEV3 Transit Passenger Van
  • Nissan Ariya
  • Chevrolet Bolt
  • Mobileye On-Road Collision-Avoidance Technology Demo (Ford F-150)

Note that available vehicles are subject to change. 

Mobileye will also be on site to conduct demonstrations of its AI-powered collision avoidance system. Attendees can also take a ride in Peachtree Corner’s fleet of autonomous shuttles that use T-Mobile’s cellular vehicle-to-everything technology.

“Fleet Forward: The Tour is a wonderful place for all types of fleets to experience the latest technologies and concepts,” said Chris Brown, conference chair. “We had a great response to the first tour stop in Phoenix, and we’re excited to continue the momentum and allow more fleet managers a similar experience. Here, you can expect to see latest EV models up close, meet with experts and peers, and sit in on educational programming to bring back home.”

After Atlanta, the Tour moves to Chicago on June 8, metro New York on Sept. 13, and Dallas on Oct 3. The Fleet Forward Conference will return to Silicon Valley Nov. 8-10 at the Santa Clara Marriott.

The event is free for qualified fleet managers. Registration is now open online.

Originally posted on Fleet Forward

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