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Electric tractors are distinct from traditional tractors, which use either diesel or gasoline as their primary fuel and a hydraulic fluid-powered transmission. They are powered by rechargeable electronic batteries that may be plugged into a socket to obtain a new supply.
After 6000 operating hours, the majority of diesel tractors require a complete engine rebuild, which can be nearly as expensive as a new tractor. But an ordinary person can change the batteries in an electric tractor, which can last for five to ten years.
The main benefit of electric tractors over diesel ones is that they don’t directly contribute to CO2 emissions or other forms of air pollution.
The Mexico Electric Tractor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Creators of India’s first e-tractor for the agricultural, airport ground support equipment, and goods carrier industries, Cellestial E-Mobility, have formed a marketing and sales distribution agreement with Grupo Marvelsa of Mexico. Similar to how Cellestial E-Mobility plans to sell 4,000 e-tractors in Mexico over the next three years, opening openings to the North American markets.
The eTractors were unveiled by Cellestial E-Mobility and provide benefits like less maintenance. Additionally, the fast-charging battery technology in these tractors will increase total output. These electric tractors also have wireless steering and a 4-wheel drive system.
The German truck, bus, and automobile maker Daimler recently revealed plans to produce an electric tractor in Mexico. This is the eCascadia, a Class VIII vehicle that is already produced and offered for sale in diesel form by the Saltillo, Coahuila, manufacturer under the Freightliner name.
The eCascadia will have a 730 hp Offer and a range of up to 250 miles. The battery can be charged to 80% capacity with a rapid charger in roughly 90 minutes, giving it a 200-mile range.
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