New electric powertrain options for commercial vans will be unveiled to the public at the Commercial Vehicle Show the NEC Birmingham, 28-30 April 2020. - Photo via Mercedes.

New electric powertrain options for commercial vans will be unveiled to the public at the Commercial Vehicle Show the NEC Birmingham, 28-30 April 2020.

Photo via Mercedes.

New electric powertrain options for commercial vans will be unveiled to the public at the Commercial Vehicle Show the NEC Birmingham, 28-30 April 2020.

The UK-based manufacturer LEVC will display its new all-electric van for the first time to the public at CV Show. This electric van will be British built in the company’s Coventry plant, and full details of the van, including specs and pricing will be unveiled at the show.

Vauxhall will hold the world premiere of the new Vivaro-E, an all-new EV version of its Luton-built van. This will be offered with a choice on 50KW and 75KW powerplants, and a range of up to 185 miles. 

Peugeot and Citroen will also be showcasing their latest EV offerings, with the e-Expert and e-Dispatch alongside the smaller Partner-Electric and Berlingo-Electric.

Renault are basing their stand on the theme of “Electrification.” With a strong focus on their future commercial vehicle product range, the EZ-Flex final-mile-solution-study-vehicle will be on show, as a development vehicle pointing towards product innovations to come.

Ford Commercial Vehicles’ display an “Electrification Zone” from which it will be showcasing its new Street Scooter, an EV final-mile delivery solution for city centers.

Mercedes-Benz will be showcasing the new Mercedes e-Vito van, as well as a range of its latest BlueEfficiency powered commercial vehicles.

Bradshaw Electric Vehicles will showcase a range of zero emissions, city center-specific EVs.

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