Electric delivery truck from Ursus

Electric van from Ursus

Global automotive trends are moving toward electric cars. Poles have also made their contribution in this segment. And that’s thanks to the well-known Ursus company, which has just unveiled a prototype electric delivery vehicle.

Known for producing tractorów and other agricultural machinery company is entering a whole new era. Ursus has presented a prototype of an electric delivery vehicle. His own weight is 600 kilogramsów, and a payload second to none. It can travel 140 kilometers on a single chargeóHowever, engineers are working on extending the range to 200 km. Charging the battery takes six hours.

This is not the first electric vehicle produced by Ursus. The company also has a green energy bus on offer, whichóThe vehicle is currently being used for public transport in Lublin. There are also plans to build another „delivery truck”, but with a much greater carrying capacity.

– Ursus enters a new era. A revolution in motoring, whichóThe new strategy related to the sale of the new vehicle, which is taking place at the moment, is an opportunity for Ursus and many Polish companies, whichóThe company can produce components for Ursus. We have the ambition to be an integrator of electromobility, in terms of electric buses, but also cars – said the president of spóKarol Zarajczyk. After obtaining the approval, the company will build aóThe new electric vehicle is to be presented to the Polish Post Office and municipal services nearód to go into production.

Ursus exports its tractors all over the world. Tractors popular in Poland can be seen in Belgium, the Netherlands, but also in Pakistan or Tanzania. The new electric vehicle is to be presented to the Polish Post Office and the city’s municipal services. These two keirunki are the mainóA new strategy related to the sale of a new self-driving car.

– We want to offer you a caród, among others, to transport companies and municipal services in cities and municipalities. A delivery electric vehicle with low operating costs and meeting the requirements to reduce CO2 emissions may be the optimal solution for the needs of local authorities – added Zarajczyk.

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