The year has flown by, and we can hardly believe that National Finals have been and gone! An incredible effort all-round – a massive thank you to every single person who participated, raced, helped out and supported EVolocity. So without further ado, get ready to plunge into epic photos from the big day, and feel…Details
Welcome to issue three. We’re in the most exciting time of the year! National Finals are just around the corner – prepare to be wowed by the amazing electric vehicles created by teams of students from all over the country. In this issue, we get updates from a couple of our regions, and hear about…Details
Welcome to Issue Two. Thanks for joining us for another edition of the EVolocity e-zine! Things are hearing up around the country as we head towards our regional and national race days. Get up to speed on all things EVolocity in this issue, and read about plenty of exciting potential study and career paths!
Welcome to our first issue of our EVolocity e-Magazine! First of all, we’d like to take this opportunity to warmly welcome you to the first issue of our e-magazine. We hope you’ll enjoy the pages filled to the brim with updates from our hardworking regional facilitators, wise words from our CEO and National Schools Manager,…Details
May 29, 2019 Press Release – Bridgestone New Zealands most trusted tyre brand, Bridgestone, has committed to a Gold partnership with the EVolocity competition for secondary school students. EVolocity sees schools from all around New Zealand design and build electric vehicles using a standard 350 …New Zealand’s most trusted tyre brand, Bridgestone, has committed to…Details
The annual event all our student teams have been waiting for is being held on November 24 at the Air Force Museum in Christchurch.Details
Secondary students from all around New Zealand are gearing up for their biggest-ever secondary school EVolocity Electric Vehicle race days!Details
evworld NZ brings together the entire ecosystem of EV (electric vehicle) enthusiasts to discuss the EVolution and the future of New Zealand’s transport.Details