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The Future of Trucking is Electric

The Future of Trucking is Electric

25 s

0-100 km/h

0-100 km/h

 1.25 kWh

Per km Energy
Consumption

Per km Energy
Consumption

800 km

Range (est.)

Range
(est.)

Fully Loaded at 37k kg Gross Combination Weight

It's a Beast

More powerful, more efficient and fully electric. Semi is the future of electric trucking.

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Three independent motors provide instant torque and unmatched power at any speed so drivers can merge safely and keep pace with traffic. Accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 25 seconds, fully loaded, and maintain highway-level speeds even up steep grades.
Three independent motors provide instant torque and unmatched power at any speed so drivers can merge safely and keep pace with traffic. Accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 25 seconds, fully loaded, and maintain highway-level speeds even up steep grades.
Badass Performance
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Charging with electricity is cheaper per kilometer than refueling with diesel.1 With remote diagnostics, over-the-air software updates and fewer moving parts to maintain, operators will spend less time at service centers and more time on the road.
Charging with electricity is cheaper per kilometer than refueling with diesel.1 With remote diagnostics, over-the-air software updates and fewer moving parts to maintain, operators will spend less time at service centers and more time on the road.
Low Cost of Ownership
Semi Specs

Fully Loaded at 37k kg Gross Combination Weight

  • Mile Range
    Approximately 480 or 800 kilometers
  • 0-100 km/h
    25 seconds
  • Speed Up a 5% Grade
    Highway speed limit
  • Powertrain
    3 independent motors on rear axles

    US model and specs shown
  • Energy Consumption
    Less than 1.25 kWh per kilometer
  • Fast Charging
    Up to 70% of range in 30 minutes

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1 Based on average Q1 2024 diesel prices and electric rates in California. Fuel savings are an estimate and not guaranteed.

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