Discover EV has introduced the UK’s first free digital automotive marketplace for electric vehicles (EVs). The dedicated and free online service for buying and selling electric cars has just been launched to help car buyers looking to make the shift to zero or low-emissions motoring.
It features an easy-to-use classified section allowing visitors, whether private or trade, to search a huge choice of electrified cars for sale and the ability to advertise their own used electric car completely free of charge. It currently has a huge choice of cars from over 150 dealers.
For individuals who are looking to sell their electric car, plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) or hybrid, they can simply register and start selling. For dealers, Discover EV can extract the data required and upload it to the platform, as long as the website is kept up to date.
The team at Discover EV is working with several independent dealers already, including the UK’s number one supplier of electric vehicles, Just EVs. Plus, they’re working with award-winning web service provider, stock broadcaster, lead generator and digital marketing agency, Spidersnet UK.
With one in four UK households intending to buy an electric car in the next five years according to research by the energy watchdog Ofgem, this website will be ideal for those looking to make the transition to cleaner driving.
Louise Woodhams, Discover EV founder, said: “Despite launching in 2019, we want to keep evolving, just as manufacturers are doing with electric vehicles, which is why we are expanding our offering with a dedicated classified section.
“It’s simple to use and, more importantly, free of charge. Global leaders in data and analytics, McKinsey, have found consumers’ intent to purchase cars is close to pre-COVID-19 levels now and there are significant increases in purchase intent for EVs in Europe, with buyers less inclined to interact with sellers at car dealerships.
“This is why there’s never been a better time to offer a digital automotive marketplace that filters out non-EV products.”