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Plug-in hybrid truck

Our Plug-In Hybrid truck takes the strengths of both the electric powertrain and the traditional combustion engine powertrain, to provide you with a vehicle that can run emission-free when needed, while still retaining the extended range possible when running on HVO or Biodiesel. Coupled with our connected services you also get fully automated switching between combustion engine and electric operation based on both geographic zones and time schedules.

Specification

WHEEL CONFIGURATION
4x2, 6x2, 6x2*4

AXLE DISTANCE                    
4350 – 6350mm

CAB OPTIONS
P, L
 

Powertrain, batteries and charging

COMBUSTION ENGINE
DC09 – 9 litre inline 5 cylinder engine
From 280 to 360 HP

ELECTRIC PROPULSION
Permanent magnet electric machine with oil spray cooling.
~130 kW (peak)

~115 kW (continuous)

BATTERY CAPACITY
90 kWh (Installed)

CHARGING
CCS type 2 plug-in connection up to 95 kW/145 A DC

GTW
Max 29 t

 

FLEXIBLE OPERATION - Provides the benefits of quiet and emission free operation for urban distribution and transport usages, yet with the flexibility and range of a combustion engine truck. This means it may be the most viable way to start electrifying your fleet today.

EXTENDED UTILISATION - More and more cities announce strict emissions and noise regulations. A plug-in hybrid truck will not only let you keep doing business as usual, but may also allow you to extend your transports into night-time deliveries with lowered traffic, higher parking availability and more efficient transports as a result.

QUICK CHARGING - Our hybrid powertrain gives you up to 60 km of electric range and uses both regenerative and external charging. Charges to 80% capacity in just 35 minutes, meaning a substantial part of urban distribution routes can run as fully electric through opportunity charging during loading and unloading.

Electrification of an Industry

In the future, every transport can be electric. And for a more sustainable world, many of them will have to be. So, although electrification of shorter transports will happen first, as power infrastructure improves and batteries become more efficient, lighter, and cheaper – the electrified range and capability will keep extending. A successful industry transition depends on a delicate balance between both environmental and business sustainability, as well as maturity in technology and infrastructure. A balance best achieved together with our customers, and our partners in energy and infrastructure.

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