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The arrival company’s electric van will depart from UK and Switzerland

After Switzerland where Arrivalwith LeasePlanUnveiled the trial version of a zero-emissions delivery vehicle in late April, it’s the UK’s turn, Commercial Vehicle Show Birmingham, to show this electric truck to the general public. Access, which was founded in 2015 with the aim of producing electric light commercial vehicles and is listed on Nasdaq in 2020, has closed several partnership agreements with mobility operators, such as Uber or actually Like LeasePlanDutch tenant About to join the French giant ALD Motors who pledged to buy 3,000 zero-emissions cars from the British company. which has 143,000 orders in its portfolio, including 10,000 vehicles plus an equal number of options, through UBSto be distributed in Europe and North America by 2024.

Outgoing production. In addition to prototypes around customers and trade fairs, series production of the vehicles will begin in the third quarter of this year, with deliveries of right-hand drive versions scheduled for the fourth quarter, with Continental Europe’s first left-hand drive models set to roll off the UK production line in the quarter. The first of 2023. The truck features a sliding passenger door and rear shutter for access to the cargo area, followed by a conventional cargo truck with a sliding side door and double tailgate. The vehicles have not yet undergone official WLTP tests, but the manufacturer has announced that the 67kW, 89kW and 111kW battery packs are expected to achieve ranges of 180, 240 and 288 kilometres, respectively. In Europe, the four maintenance partners Kwik Fit, Rivus Fleet Solutions and ZF, as well as ARC Europe Group were selected for breakdowns. In the United States, Access has chosen Amerit Fleet Solutions, Bridgestone, Napa Auto Parts and Valvoline. “The remarkable long life of electric powertrains, compared to their diesel equivalents, also provides new opportunities for fleets to maintain vehicles for much longer periods and for long-term rental companies to also have exposure to leasing. Great Tco” Comments UK & Ireland Sales Manager Access David Watts. “We are rushing to use e-LCVs,” says LeasePlan UK Director of Commercial Vehicles. Matt Dillonthanks also to the fact that we are “at a tipping point where electric Tco models are equal to or even cheaper than diesel vehicles”.

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