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#eVuelta: 14 stages and around 2,000 emission-free kilometres

With the #eVuelta we have created 14 routes for electric cars in Spain to bring electric mobility to all corners of the country.

14 stages, around 2,000 emission-free kilometres across 19 provinces and preventing 200 kg of CO2 from being emitted into the atmosphere. These figures have made the First Tour of Spain in electric vehicles the leading celebration of electric mobility in the country. The leading event for those of us committed to eliminating emissions from our roads through kilowatts and sustainable driving.

Since the 24 May in As Pontes (Galicia) until the 11 June in Madrid, the #eVuelta travelled across mainland Spain and the islands via different routes across the country. Covering 19 provinces, our electric vehicles stopped off in cities such as Zaragoza, Barcelona, Mallorca, Almería, Las Palmas or Mérida.

Endesa chose the best ambassadors for this first edition of the Tour of Spain in electric vehicles: the company’s employees subscribed to the Electric Mobility Plan that wanted to take part in this experience.

During each stage they were accompanied by very special co-pilots: Spanish actors, comedians and monologists, promoting sustainable mobility with a touch of humour. Iñaki Urrutia, Fernando Albizu, Flipy or Raúl Cimas are just some of the stars of this #eVuelta.

The cameras installed inside the official cars from each stage enabled the drivers’ sensations to be captured and their interaction with the guests. All the videos and the best parts of each stage can be accessed on this video album.

“With so many WhatsApp groups, I am sure the car battery will last longer than my phone battery.”

Flipy, co-pilot during Stage 7 of the #eVuelta in Majorca

“If all of us drove electric vehicles today, there would be less noise on our roads than on the Roman roads.”

Alex Clavero, comedian, co-pilot during Stage 12 of the #eVuelta in Mérida.

“Putting petrol in my car was what I hated the most in this world. Now I don’t have to stop, I get home, I plug it in and it charges.”

Cristina Calvo, Endesa employee, driver during Stage 2 of the #eVuelta in Vitoria.

A party for all the family to celebrate sustainable driving

Endesa organised this #eVuelta with the collaboration of six electric vehicle manufacturers. BMW, Nissan, Kia, Renault, Smart and Volkswagen, providing the six cars used during the tour. All of them have been available to the public that gathered to receive the vehicles in each city and for those who wanted a closer look at them and even test drive one.

At the end of each stage a party was held for everyone to enjoy and to learn about electric mobility through games. Dancefloors that generate energy, virtual reality simulators to feel want it is really like to drive these vehicles and the electric driving game par excellence, the Scalextric, are just a few examples of what people could enjoy during this sustainable driving party.

Collage of photos of the final event of the eVuelta in electric vehicle

Aiming towards a more sustainable energy model

This initiative forms part of our commitment to electric mobility as one of the key elements in the transition towards a more sustainable energy model. Apart from promoting and collaborating with innovation projects relating to mobility, we want to contribute towards promoting the advantages of electric vehicles. And we begin at home: thanks to the Electric Mobility Plan for Employees, 274 employees at Endesa have already decided to drive an electric vehicle.

If you want to see more images of the Tour of Spain in electric vehicle, access the online album at https://www.endesa.com/en/press/press-room/images/map-showing-the-tour-of-spain-route-in-electric-vehicles.

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