Prince of Wales visits LEVC Ansty Park taxi factory

Prince Charles took his time speaking to factory operatives, including Production Apprentice Ellie Bowes, here he learned about LEVC’s electric eCity technology which supports the green transformation of the blackcab, & the commitment to the responsible sourcing & recycling of materials in our manufacturing processes.

HRH was pleased to see young people being encouraged to pursue manufacturing as a career option through apprenticeship schemes STEM 

The Prince of Wales takes a closer look at a true British icon, the clean green electric black cab – TX eCity. 

In the main reception area staff, along with representatives from The Worshipful Company of Hackney Carriage Drivers – the 104th Livery Company of the City of London – watch as HRH unveiled a unique plaque commemorating today’s visit.

HRH was greeted by LEVC CEO Chris Gubbey, Chairman Carl-Peter Forster & Master of The Worshipful Company of Hackney Carriage Drivers Phil Davis. After learning about the new vehicle, company & vision, Prince Charles embarked upon a tour around the new EV factory which champions British manufacturing & engineering. 

(Credit: LEVC Facebook)

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