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ORIGINAL
EQUIPMENT
A bevy of battery and fuel-cell electric truck reveals
As one should expect from an industry
event called Advanced Clean
Transportation (ACT) Expo, several
truck OEMs revealed their latest battery-electric
and fuel-cell-electric offerings
in Long Beach, California, both
in prototype and production form.
Navistar used the occasion to launch
its new fully-electric International eMV
Series trucks, which are available to
order. Designed for improved visibility
and maneuverability, the eMV is suitable
for any straight rail application and
available in four different wheelbase
options: 217-, 236-, 254- and 272-in.
(5512-, 5994-, 6452- and 6909-mm).
The Diamond Logic electrical system is
standard equipment.
" Our team has worked tirelessly to
build an all-electric medium-duty vehicle
solution that offers our customers all the
environmental benefits of a zero-emissions
vehicle, while delivering the capabilities
of a traditional medium-duty
truck to help you take care of business, "
said Debbie Shust, VP Medium-Duty
Truck, Navistar. " Rolling off our production
lines now, we are proud to offer the
International eMV complete with inclusive
consultation services provided by
our specialized NEXT eMobility Solutions
team to ensure seamless integration of
electric vehicles into customer fleets. "
The eMV's electric motor provides
peak power of more than 335 hp (250
kW), with continuous power of 215 hp
(160 kW). A 210-kWh capacity, highNavistar's
new fullyelectric
International
eMV Series trucks are
already rolling off of
production lines.
voltage battery provides a 135-mile
(217-km) range when fully charged.
Batteries are packaged between the
frame rails for additional protection and
are warranteed for five years or
100,000 miles (161,000 km). The eMV
also is equipped with three levels of
regenerative braking. A " state-of-theart "
digital instrument cluster provides
the driver with details of the eMV's operational
status, including information
on propulsion and regenerative load,
state-of-charge indicator and regenerative
braking indicator.
Both AC and DC charging capabilities
are offered as standard equipment to
allow customers to choose the best option
for their fleets. The recommended
Level 2 AC charging station is suitable
for overnight charging and provides
roughly 19.2 kW of power. The DC Fast
Charge station option, which provides
up to 125 kWh, has the capability to
provide multiple power options. At its
highest kWh output, it can provide a full
charge to the eMV in under two hours.
Navistar executives stress that the
company is committed to assisting customers
in developing an " e-mobility business
model " that delivers on business
objectives. To this end, the NEXT eMobility
Solutions team acts as a resource for
customers in addition to the dealer network,
providing education and assistance
beginning at buyer consultation and continuing
through vehicle end of life. NEXT
provides support throughout the entire
fleet-electrification process including vehicle
charging complexities like requirements
for proper charging, suitable infrastructure
partners, charging installations
and collaborations with local power companies
to ensure adequate power is available
for vehicle charging.
" The entire Navistar team is proud of
A digital instrument cluster provides details of the eMV's operational status, including propulsion
and regenerative load, state-of-charge indicator and regen braking indicator.
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our progress in eMobility and our
thoughtful approach on accelerating the
adoption of zero-emissions vehicles, " said
Gary Horvat, VP of eMobility. " We are
centered around providing a complete
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