Frequently asked questions.
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We will need some information from your team, such as team members that will drive the truck and their license information. Additionally, there will be a contract and insurance needs. Speak with a project member to learn about the full list of requirements.
Yes. This project is only available for entities located in Tennessee.
Training will be provided by the project team. How you drive it, how you charge it, operating questions – we will help answer all questions you may have! Once you sign up and take care of contracting, we will setup a time to bring the truck to you and take care of all training.
The vehicle will function just like the ones you currently use, except it is quieter and will save you on fuel and maintenance costs. You will need to check how many miles you drive on your routes to ensure the eTruck will handle your distance needs. Additionally, more trucks will be coming on the market with longer ranges in the coming years.
Any Level 2 or CCS DCFC unit will charge the vehicle. You may use local chargers, or contact us if you want to discuss obtaining a Level 2 charger for your fleet as part of the project. Also, click here to see Level 2 chargers [Charger Type: Level 2; Connectors: J1772] in Tennessee or your area (just put in zip code on the page that opens).
You can borrow the truck for up to 6-8 weeks! Shorter periods are available upon request. The Step Van is only available for a limited amount of time, and your loan period may be shorter, depending on demand.
Use the form below, or reach out directly using the contact information provided at the top of the page!
Chassis & Body – X-Platform 1, 178” WB
GVWR – 23,000 lbs
Motor – TM4 SUMO MD/Direct drive electric powertrain
Battery – 750 volt HV battery ranging from 22 – 350 kWh
Range – Up to 110 miles (in urban stop/go)
Charger Type – J1772 CCS 1 connector
Charge Time – Level 2: 4 hours; DCFC: 1 hour
Max Speed – 65mph
Horsepower – 335
Trucks will have telematic devices to collect driving data in real-time.
Years of experience
Hours of maintenance