World's first drive-in cinema for electric cars to premiere this autumn

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World's first drive-in cinema for electric cars to premiere this autumn

Fully Charged replaces postponed annual electric vehicle expo with pioneering indoor cinema that promises a 'Covid-safe' viewing experience

Electric vehicle (EV) owners are being offered the chance to be part of a unique screening of the latest cinema blockbuster, Tenet, in what is thought to be the world's first indoor drive-in cinema experience....

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