The UK-based manufacturer of zero-emission light commercial vehicles now has six sites in its network.
It says the new dealership makes Modec vehicles accessible to businesses looking to address carbon emissions within the capital.
Supported through funding from Cenex, the UK's first Centre of Excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies, each dealer has been provided with demonstration vehicles.
Roger Atkins, Modec dealer development director, said: “Having a sixth dealer join our London network is an exciting move for Modec. We are now able to service the whole of the capital and have made it easy for businesses looking to move to greener vehicle technologies to be able to experience Modec for themselves.
“As with any new technology, people can be nervous about committing to a new product, but with the local proximity of the dealers, and with the 24-hour roadside assistance offering, customers can be confident that they will be supported every step of the way.”
The Modec dealer network launched in November and has taken orders from organisations such as Camden Council and London Tower Services.