Taxi maker’s electric van makes its European debut
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A new electric commercial van being made in Coventry has made its European debut.
The LCV light commercial vehicle from the London EV Company (LEVC), went on show at an exclusive preview event in Frankfurt, Germany.
The city is currently hosting the Frankfurt IAA, one of the world’s major motor shows.
The LCV has been designed to meet increasing European demand for green, electrified commercial transport.
It is made by the same company that manufactures the world’s only purpose-built range extended electric taxi.
The LCV is based on the same architecture and e-City range extender technology as LEVC’s TX Taxi, of which 2,500 have now been sold.
It boasts an electric range of 80 miles and a combined petrol and EV range of 377 miles.
There is huge demand for a medium-sized zero emissions capable light van and our LCV is the perfect solution to the green logistics trend.
“This new van is durable, reliable, efficient, cost effective and high quality. Our goal is to be the European leader in green commercial mobility solutions.”
Full details of the LCV will be revealed closer to its official launch in 2020.