Scania announced that in May 2019 will supply 15 R 450 hybrid trucks for the German eHighway trials. The trucks can drive under electric power alone.
Electric buses already have a lower total cost of ownership over an eight-year period. Not to mention the positive impact on air quality too.
After Germany and Sweden (as well as California) the eHighway concept of catenary power lines above the highway is coming to Italy.
Scania presents at the 2018 IAA in Hanover its first all-electric Citywide bus, unveiled in late 2017 and promised to go on sale in 2018.
Scania presents at the 2018 IAA its new L 320 6x2 truck, available in two versions: hybrid and plug-in hybrid. Both can travel just 6 miles in EV mode.
The idea is to enable zero-emissions, long-haul travel by using an overhead catenary system instead of huge battery packs.
Scania has unveiled its first all-electric bus, the Citywide LF from the 2017 Busworld in Kortrijk, Belgium, which will go on sale next year.
Volkswagen Truck & Bus will invest €1.4 billion ($1.7 billion) into electric and autonmous power-trains. e-Delivery truck to arrive in 2020
Sweden launched world's first electrified road - eHighway, near the city of Gävle, which enables trucks to drive emission free on just electricity.
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