LEVC is building up its EV offensive by declaring the name of its latest electric business vehicle, VN5. The van is called VN which stands for van and the 5 represents its 5m3 of freight space. The latest model will turn out to be the only UK-created electric truck on sale now. The aim is to direct the path for usability and practicability.
The British company states it may host two Euro categorized pallets with a whole 800kg payload and attributes a huge slipping side gate that implies a stretcher can be side-packed into the truck.
The latest VN5 holds the same stage and powertrain as the company’s EX range-extender taxi that has become a regular sight around London.
It is an excellent van to operate on zero-discharges just about town, operating for up to 63 miles on power, and with the increase of a range-extender petrol motor, it implies it can move for a deserved 301 miles on one assessment. It also declares to have an amazingly tight rotating circle, similar to its taxi sister.
“Our new VN5 further signifies our transformation from the iconic British taxi brand to leading electric commercial vehicle manufacturer. The VN5 is a purpose-built zero-emission capable electric light van that offers class-leading running costs, flexible zero-emissions capable range and unrivalled durability. Following our success with TX in the taxi market, VN5 is now set to revolutionize green logistics,” says Joerg Hofmann, LEVC CEO.
There is no pricing that has been declared as of the moment. However, the company promises to provide competitive ownership cost with
No pricing has yet been announced, though LEVC is promising it will offer a ‘competitive cost of ownership’, with 25,000-mile assistance periods. Also, accessible charging is offered as the VN5 has the ability to utilize a 50kWh speedy charger and charge its batteries within a few minutes, 30 minutes. The manufacturing will start towards the finish of the year from the Ansty, Coventry, manufacturing offices.