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)