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27 May, London 2014
The DELIVER prototype vehicle will have its world Premiere at FISITA World Automotive Congress, which starts on 2nd June 2014 in Maastricht (NL)
Liberty Electric Cars, completed the build of the first fully functioning example of “DELIVER”, an electric delivery vehicle funded by the European Commissions’ 7th Framework Programme which brings together ten partner companies from across Europe. DELIVER will have its world Premiere at FISITA World Automotive Congress, which starts on 2nd June 2014 in Maastricht (NL).
The DELIVER project started in November 2011 with the goal to reduce the environmental impact in urban areas by 40 % and thus design and construct an electric light commercial vehicle which perfectly combines the needs of inner city traffic with the advantages of electric vehicles.
The result is a light weight commercial vehicle of 2,200 kg GVW and a payload of 700 kg, with a host of innovative features for the delivery driver and 18% additional capacity when compared with today’s vans of a similar wheelbase. The concept deploys the latest electric vehicle technologies with its fully electric drive train featuring in-wheel motors with 2-speed transmissions and 80 prismatic Li-NMC cells in its battery pack to increase energy efficiency and total range.
The vehicle perfectly meets the demands of today’s busy delivery drivers. Thanks to its flexible ergonomic cabin concept and removal of the B pillar on the kerb side, there is a decrease in both workload and the duration of the delivery process itself. With a minimum range of 100 km and a maximum speed of 100 km/h, DELIVER represents an attractive proposition for light commercial vehicles with an urban and intra urban field of application such as postal, parcel, supermarket and city council land utility deliveries.
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