Mercedes-Benz Is Delivering EActros Heavy-Duty Electric Trucks To Clients For Testing

Posted: Feb 22 2018, 6:35am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Mercedes-Benz is Delivering eActros Heavy-Duty Electric Trucks to Clients for Testing

Mercedes Benz to Ship Large-Sized All-Electric Trucks, eActros, to its Clientele for Two Years of Road Testing

Mercedes-Benz Trucks will make shipments of ten eActros heavy-duty electric trucks in double varieties. Mercedes-Benz is going to deliver 10 eActros heavy-duty electric trucks in two variants.

And these variants will be two-axle and three-axle ones. Each vehicle will be of 18 to 25 tons of heavy material. The customers are going to be receiving these trucks within the next couple of weeks.

The company displayed these trucks at the show in Hanover about two years ago. These trucks are meant for urban sprawl, according to Electrek.

The technology for building such trucks was available and the company availed it at the drop of a hat. As for the approval, it was high as well especially from the general public, government officials and the clientele.

In Germany, 150 inquiries related to the order were received. The most sophisticated expertise from the Daimler Group was employed in the mass construction of the electric heavy-duty trucks.

A few technical issues remain though. All is not well. The range and price tag of the batteries remains unresolved. Also the amount of tech needed to mass produce a fleet of such trucks is not an easy job.

The customers hail from both Germany and Switzerland. These customers are normally in the business of delivering goods by road. These include refrigerated items and tankers full of various liquids.

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