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Volta planning to add three new variants to EV range

7.5-tonne, 12-tonne and 19-tonne weight variants to be introduced over the next two years

Volta Trucks has revealed that it plans to expand its product portfolio with three additional variants within the Medium- to lower end of the Heavy-Duty class.

With the 16t Volta Zero model expected to begin its fleet pilot by the end of the year ahead of full series production in 2022, the start-up says it is adding 7.5-tonne, 12-tonne and 19-tonne weight categories.

“The Company will offer a comprehensive range of full-electric commercial vehicles that have been reimagined and redesigned thanks to their innovative, compact electric powertrains by logistics people for the logistics industry,” it said in a statement.

The 16-tonne Volta Zero is currently in the engineering development phase, with early prototype testing due to start shortly.

Production of the 16-tonne vehicle will be closely followed by the largest 19-tonne and mid-size 12-tonne variants in 2023. A Pilot Fleet of the smaller 7.5-tonne vehicles is expected to be launched for customer trials in the same year, with production commencing in late 2024. These later vehicles are currently in the early design development phase.

With the company’s clear focus on best-in-class vehicle safety with features for the driver and the surrounding ecosystem, all trucks will adopt the innovative low-seat central driving position with a glasshouse-style cab This offers 220-degrees of visibility to maximise visual communication between the driver and vulnerable road users around the vehicle. Also, like the 16-tonne vehicle, all variants will be designed with optimised payloads, thus offering fleet managers the opportunity of using a reduced number of larger Volta Zero vehicles, and removing several smaller vans from their operations, thereby also having a positive effect on inner-city traffic congestion,” said Volta.

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