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Toyota Prius used to demo future of oil changes at Automotive Management Live

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Nexcel will demonstrate its revolutionary sealed cell concept’s quicker and cleaner oil changes using a Toyota Prius on display at Automotive Management Live.

The automotive start-up, founded with the backing of Castrol and BP, claims that the average oil change could be completed in just 90 seconds through use of its innovative system and will host demonstrations at this Thursday’s (November 8) car retail expo at the NEC in Birmingham.

Nexcel’s demos will take place in the future seminar theatre where Automotive Management Live turns the spotlight on the future of automotive retail with its Vision of the Future seminar, sponsored by Zerolight.

The event’s dedicated Future Dealership Zone, sponsored by CDK Global, is also a central part of the the one-day expo.

The Vision of the Future seminar includes insights from the ICDP’s European Dealer of Tomorrow report delivered by managing director Steve Young and Tony Whitehorn, chief executive at Hyundai Motor UK, highlights how the brand is evolving both in the retail space and with its products to meet the future needs of drivers.

Nexcel is currently working with manufacturers so the next generation of engines (both internal combustion and hybrid) have this system. 

Disposing of the necessity for the vehicle to be on a ramp, Nexcel claims the system opens up huge efficiency possibilities in the workshop.

Oil changes currently demand workshop scheduling and specialist equipment and the attention of skilled technicians whilst also being inconvenient for customers.

Every vehicle service generates at least four litres of used oil, which often has little value and may even cost money to ensure its safe disposal.

Nexcel’s closed-loop supply chain ecosystem ensures that up to 100% of used oil may be easily and safely recycled.

Nexcel’s oil management capabilities also claims to provide scope for tailpipe CO2 reduction on each vehicle of two grams per kilometre.

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