- British businesses will display new emission-free and sustainable technologies in the New Mobility World hall
- UK government hosts the first HMG Pavilion at the world’s largest automotive show
- UK is one of the leading locations for testing autonomous vehicles
he Department for International Trade (DIT) will support some of the UK’s most innovative automotive businesses to exhibit for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show, taking place from the 10 to 15 September. Andrew Mitchell, Her Majesty’s Trade Commissioner for Europe, will open the UK pavilion and meet with the co-exhibiting companies as well as representatives from the German automotive industry.
In the ‘New Mobility World’ hall, UK companies will showcase new emission-free and sustainable technologies, ranging from Oxbotica’s parking software and the electric Swifty Scooter, to the London EV Company Limited’s iconic, electric black cabs.