Mercedes-Benz will have its first eActros Long Haul on the road by 2024. It will have a range of around 500kms and a new e-axle with two e-motors of 200kW each, a new HV topology of 800V, which will lead to faster charging capabilities, a payload of 22 tonnes for the 40-tonne truck and the same lifespan plan as diesel of 1.2 million kms over 10 years. Professor Dr Uwe Baake, Mercedes-Benz Trucks head of product engineering, pictured, revealed plans […]
Tevva joins forces with energy firm Vattenfall to offer operators electricity and hydrogen infrastructure
UK-based electric truck manufacturer Tevva Motors has teamed up with energy firm Vattenfall Network Solutions to help operators switch to a zero-emission fleet.
Leicester-based Premier Logistics has bought five New Actros units with BigSpace cabs from its local branch of Midlands Mercedes-Benz dealer Mertrux.
If Elon Musk can send a car into space on reusable rocket boosters, then surely a down-to-earth electric truck travelling 500 miles on a single charge isn’t beyond the capabilities of today’s engineers?