In USA, Daimler put in the hands of Penske Truck Leasing the Fuso eCanter

Fuso eCanter

Fuso eCanter, the third e-truck line from Daimler Trucks in Penske fleet after Freightliner eM2 and eCascadia, will be used by Penske Truck Leasing for urban delivery in California.

Daimler Trucks first OEM to cooperate with US customer on e-trucks in all segments.

Fuso eCanterAs an experienced truck manufacturer and through the backing of its parent Daimler Trucks, FUSO can demonstrate its ability of supporting the operation of eCanter trucks through its established parts, service and warranty network of FUSO dealerships.

Hartmut Schick, Head of Daimler Trucks Asia:

With its FUSO brand Daimler was able to gain knowledge and experience with e-trucks globally in various markets. We are very proud, that now with Penske a huge commercial customer in the US will also operate the FUSO eCanter for urban delivery – next to its Freightliner brothers. Penske will benefit from the global know how and experience network within Daimler Trucks.

We’re pleased to begin introducing the eCanter into our fleet – said Brian Hard, president and CEO of Penske Truck Leasing. We continue to invest in the latest viable innovative vehicle technologies to benefit our customers. With a guaranteed range of 100 km and a fast-charging option, the eCanter is a viable option for fleets seeking to reduce tailpipe emissions and noise pollution in urban delivery settings.

The all-electric FUSO eCanter light-duty truck with an output of 129 kW and a payload up to 3.5 tons already is in costumer operations in Japan and the US and also in major European markets like Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Portugal. Currently more than 100 vehicles are in customer hands around the globe. With a guaranteed range of 100 km the 7.49 t truck covers the requirements of the costumers for inner-city distribution. Thus, the vehicles can be charged over night with alternating current chargers or direct current chargers depending on availability.

Therefore, the charging time can be reduced to approximately 105 minutes by using a fast charger.

Source: Daimler AG

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