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Ground transport goes all-electric with EG Chauffeurs
The company has invested in the BMW i7, the pinnacle of electric mobility and automotive excellence and one that symbolises its commitment to environmental responsibility.
The BMW i7 has joined EG Chauffeurs ground transfer fleet.
Read this story in our May 2024 printed issue.

As part of its ongoing commitment to innovation and sustainability, London-based executive chauffeur company EG Chauffeurs has added a BMW i7 to its fleet. This flagship electric vehicle combines luxury with environmental responsibility and enables the company to offer clients the ultimate luxury experience while reducing its environmental footprint.

The BMW i7 sets a new standard with its sleek design, cutting-edge technology and unparalleled performance. Equipped with advanced features and amenities such as luxurious seating, entertainment systems and premium sound, the BMW i7 ensures a comfortable and enjoyable ride for every passenger.

The BMW i7 is also a symbol of EG Chauffeurs' commitment to environmental responsibility. By incorporating electric vehicles like the i7 into its fleet, it is taking proactive steps to minimise emissions, reduce air pollution and contribute to a cleaner, greener future.

CEO Ervin Gjoni says: "With its combination of luxury, performance and sustainability, the i7 exemplifies our dedication to providing our clients with the highest level of service while prioritising environmental stewardship."

EG Chauffeurs works closely with a number of private charter operator companies. Its professional, polite executive drivers know the protocol at private airports well and it serves private jet owners, Quintessentially members, Royal families from the Middle East, dignitaries and members of the UN and the EU Parliament.

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