Waylands opens Berkshire multi-marque electrical car centre, Waylands E

Waylands is opening its first multi-marque devoted electrical car gross sales centre, Waylands E, at Newbury in Berkshire.

The steadily rising vendor group, headed by chief government John O-Hanlon, is launching opened Waylands E beside its new MG dealership on Newbury Motor Park.

Waylands E will provide many marques and fashions led by a staff of EV specialists to help prospects with their mission to get into zero emissions and low emissions motoring, whether or not shopping for new or used automobiles.

O’Hanlon mentioned: “We’re delighted to not solely be growing our MG presence however additional increasing our EV providing too. Waylands E might be our first multi-franchise EV centre which is able to additional help us in our mission to web zero while extra prospects make the transition to hybrid and electrical automobiles. 

“Newbury presents an amazing alternative for each MG and an extra EV presence and we’re delighted to be opening the doorways on fifteenth August.”

Waylands has for a while supported the transition to EV in its franchised operations, having attained the NFDA EVA accreditation in numerous its websites and being named the NFDA Inexperienced vendor of the 12 months 2022 with funding exceeding £1.0m in charging infrastructure already dedicated. 

The addition will additional cement the Group’s pledge to drive sustainable motoring and opening the used electrical and hybrid car market to many shoppers for the primary time.

Waylands, which additionally represents Volvo and Kia throughout the Thames Valley in Studying, Oxford, Swindon and Bristol, gained the NFDA Inexperienced Vendor Award 2022 earlier this 12 months in recognition of the efforts and funding made by the vendor group to embrace and drive ahead the transition to zero emissions.

This latest expansion comes just two months after it grew through the acquisition of Grovebury Cars’ Kia UK dealership in Bicester.

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