A new electric truck company comes out of stealth mode, promising delivery of medium-duty electric vehicles “at mass scale” this fall.
While consumer electric vehicles like the Tesla and the Bolt get a lot more press than commercial vehicles, the delivery and logistics sector that provides ‘last-mile’ transportation of goods and services in and around cities each day is a prime candidate for electrification. With an average urban delivery route (in the US) being just 70 miles a day, a range that’s achievable with current battery and electric motor technology, medium-duty trucks could be a quicker, more scalable clean transportation solution than getting more consumer EVs on the road. Fleets of the classic panel vans and box trucks could be replaced by electric versions, which have the potential to not only save money, but to also reduce vehicle pollution in urban areas.
However, we’re only starting to see the tip
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