Mercedes-Benz eActros LongHaul with 311 Miles Range
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Mercedes-Benz eActros LongHaul with 311 miles range is ready to hit German roads. Mercedes-Benz Trucks has signed a letter of Intent(LOI) with a German logistic company Hegelmann Group for an order of 50 of these electric trucks. The Mercedes-Benz eActros LongHaul electric trucks will start production in 2024 and will be delivered successively. 

Mercedes-Benz Trucks has unveiled the concept demo of their eActros LongHaul at the 2022 IAA Transportation trade fair in Hanover, Germany.

“We are very pleased with the agreement between Mercedes-Benz Trucks and the Hegelmann Group because it is a step forward in achieving sustainable transportation,” said Stina Fagerman, Head of Sales, Marketing, and Services at Mercedes-Benz Trucks.

A family-owned logistic company that operates in Europe, the Hegelmann Group, will be the first fleet to get the eActros LongHaul in 2024.

Siegfried Hegelmann, the Managing Shareholder at the Hegelmann Group, said “The greater the success, the greater the responsibility. We are open to challenges, and at the same time we strive for sustainability in our industry.”Add New Post ‹ TechnoidHost — WordPressThis truck will be tested on public roads for the first time this year following its presentation at the IAA in Hanover. It will also undergo intensive customer testing with near-series prototypes in 2023, for which Mercedes-Benz has signed letters of intent with Amazon and Rhenus.

The eActros LongHaul will have 3 battery packs with a total installed capacity of 600 kWh and 2 extra motors that generate from 536 hp to 804 hp.

A heavy-duty truck will be able to support MCS charging under a megawatt power plant that allows trucks to charge quickly by over 20% in less than a half hour.

The eActros LongHaul will have a long range of 311 miles on a single battery charge. This truck is designed to last 10 years or more, similar to conventional trucks.Mercedes-Benz eActros LongHaul with 311 Miles Range_2In addition to a semitrailer truck, Mercedes-Benz has made a flatbed variant of their electric truck. This increases the uses you could put it to in the future.

With the new eActros, Mercedes-Benz Trucks plans to increase the production of sustainable vehicles in Europe. The first all-electric series-production vehicle will be manufactured from start to finish on the existing assembly line at the Wörth truck plant in Germany and will emit no CO2.

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