eCanter UK Launch London

FUSO eCanter – World’s first all-electric truck in series production handed over to first UK customers London, UK: Daimler Trucks – the world’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturer – has today handed over the world’s first [...]

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published articles | Sept. 15, 2017

Daimler’s all-electric E-Canter box truck is ready for work | Oct. 26, 2017

E-Fuso concept heralds a new breed of electric trucks | Oct. 27, 2017

Daimler’s E-Fuso Vision One is the electric heavy duty hauler of the future | Dec. 14, 2017

First all-electric Fuso trucks delivered to logistics companies in Europe

  • “Daimler AG will turn up the volume on its electric commercial truck efforts on Thursday, announcing plans to bring a fleet of battery-powered Fuso delivery vehicles to customers in New York City as rivals gear up to jump into the market.”

    Sept. 14, 2017
    Sept. 14, 2017 Reuters
  • “Although every truck manufacturer at the Tokyo Show had an electric story to tell, Fuso was the first out of the blocks with a commercial proposition that is deliverable right now.”

    Nov. 2, 2017
    Nov. 2, 2017 The West Australian
  • “The German automaker has started initial production runs of the Fuso E-Canter urban delivery truck and expects such models to vie with traditional diesel versions in the near future as battery costs plunge. Daimler is seeking to stay competitive as cities step up measures to improve air quality.”

    Oct. 30, 2017
    Oct. 30, 2017 Bloomberg Technology
  • “Now Daimler is gearing up to put an electric, heavy-duty truck on the market. It revealed a prototype of the truck at the motor show on Wednesday in Tokyo. Mitsubishi FUSO didn’t say when the vehicle will come to market. It will likely compete with Tesla’s electric semitrailer that the company plans to unveil on November 16 after delaying the launch twice.”

    Oct. 25, 2017
    Oct. 25, 2017 Business Insider
  • “Daimler unveils its electric truck weeks ahead of Tesla's big debut. (…) But Daimler AG has stolen its thunder by announcing a new heavy-duty electric truck today, another indication that Daimler is increasingly seeing Tesla as one of its main rivals. (…) You can bet that Elon Musk is not thrilled with Daimler AG today.”

    Oct. 25, 2017
    Oct. 25, 2017
  • “Daimler Trucks is trying to gain a foothold in the nascent electric-truck market with short-range haulers that can make New York City’s clogged streets cleaner and quieter.”

    Sep. 14, 2017
    Sep. 14, 2017 Bloomberg Technology


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