An electric vehicle uses one or more electric motors or traction motors for propulsion. The Van Expert gives you all the latest CV technology updates.
Tag: Electric vehicle
A lack of charging points is reported to be the biggest deterrent for companies to opt for electric vans – but there is support available to help.
The next generation of the famous London Taxi has been officially certified to carry fare-paying passengers by Transport for London
Mercedes-Benz is planning to roll out electric models across its entire van range in coming years, starting with the mid-sized Vito in 2018.
69 years after building the original black cab, The London Taxi Company has moved in a new direction, rebranding as the London Electric Vehicle...
German logistics group Deutsche Post DHL and Ford have partnered to manufacture a battery-electric delivery van based on the Ford Transit.
PSA Group is increasing promotional activity for its electric vans – the Peugeot Partner and Citroën Berlingo – to grow its urban fleet presence.
A Renault Kangoo ZE electric van has demonstrated dynamic wireless charging while driving along a specially-constructed road in France.
Following the official opening of its new R&D and manufacturing facility in Ansty, the London Taxi Company has announced a new range-extender electric delivery van.
The London Taxi Company (LTC) has officially inaugurated its new UK factory in Coventry, which is to be dedicated to the production of electric taxis.
Citroën has revealed the all-electric E-Berlingo Multispace, the latest addition to the Multispace range, which in turn is based on the Berlingo van.
A new fleet of 48 Nissan e-NV200 Combi electric vans is being introduced at Portsmouth Naval Base to try and make the base more energy efficient.
Renault has launched two new electric vans at the Brussels Motor Show. The Master ZE is the first electric large van and the Kangoo ZE is an updated version of the previous model.
Ford has announced a plug-in hybrid Transit Custom model for European markets by 2019, as part of a massive investment in new electric vehicles.
Renault has announced a new motor and battery package for its electric Kangoo ZE van, promising to boost range by more than 50 per cent.
Nissan describes its e-NV200 van, as a ‘game-changer.” According to Nissan it combines the best of the existing NV200 with the powertrain of the LEAF car.
Driving a Renault Kangoo Z.E is little different, and certainly no drawback, compared to the regular diesel-engined Kangoo van.