Beaulieu will be launching its 2021 events season with brand new event Simply Electric on Sunday 23rd May. The first of 15 Covid-secure Simply rallies planned to take place in the grounds of the National Motor Museum, Simply Electric will bring together electric cars and plug-in hybrids, electric motorcycles and e-bikes for a socially-distanced display that owners, enthusiasts and families will all love.
All EVs are welcome, from the latest high-performance Tesla, through cutting-edge family cars such as the Jaguar I-PACE and Audi e-tron, to the popular Nissan Leaf and Toyota Prius, or even the Sinclair C5 design classic.
Enthusiasts will be in plug-in powered heaven when they head inside the newly reopened National Motor Museum, where they can see electric vehicles spanning the history of motoring, from the 1901 Columbia Electric used by Queen Alexandra in the grounds of Sandringham House to the space-age design of the Volkswagen XL1 hybrid. Other electric highlights include the ultra-efficient sun-powered 1993 Solar Flair, as well as the 1939 electric Harrods delivery van and classic 1947 Brush Pony milk float. Bike lovers will enjoy seeing the 2016 Riese and Müller Nevo Nuvinci electric bike.
All tickets must be bought in advance, with carefully-managed capacity limits in place. Rally participants, planning to take part in the show with their electric vehicle, can book their tickets via www.beaulieu.co.uk/events/simply-electric.
All other visitors should purchase normal visitor admission tickets, which will be available to buy during May at www.beaulieu.co.uk.
With plenty for all the family to do at Beaulieu, together, Simply Electric is just one of the exciting Simply rallies planned for 2021. Rescheduled are Simply Vauxhall on 17th July, Simply Audi on 1st August and Simply Aston Martin on 21st August, while coming soon are Simply Porsche on 6th June, Simply VW on 19th June and Simply Jaguar on 27th June.
Visitor and participant tickets include entrance to all that Beaulieu has to offer, including the National Motor Museum, Little Beaulieu, World of Top Gear, On Screen Cars, the ancestral Montagu home Palace House, Secret Army exhibition, 13th century Beaulieu Abbey and the stunning grounds and gardens. Visit www.beaulieu.co.uk for more information.