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Driving an electric truck rather than a diesel truck in congested urban areas with frequent stops and speeding is far more efficient. Employee satisfaction has increased in several organisations that use electric trucks.
Employees realised and understood their role in reducing emissions, appreciating a smooth and quiet trip, and running cutting-edge technology, which resulted in this.
Compared to diesel trucks, electric trucks are much quieter. They can run when diesel trucks are unable to. This is a big benefit for businesses since they can simply function 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and increase their operations and efficiency.
EV trucks could be used as energy storage units in the future. During natural disasters, they could be a lifesaving energy source, delivering critical electrical power to hospitals and first responders.
The Turkey Electric Truck 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.
Ford Otosan, Ford Motor Company’s Turkish joint venture, announced that production of its all-electric Ford Transit model has commenced in order to improve capacity.
With the E-Transit model, which will be offered in Europe and manufactured at the firm’s plant in Kocaeli, northwest Turkey, it became the first major automotive business to mass-produce an all-electric car in Turkey.
The NPR 10 EV type is the country’s first 100% completely electric truck. Another aspect that raises the relevance of the company is the fact that ASELSAN was involved in the R&D process of the vehicle, which was introduced internationally.
To emphasise the phrase local, Isuzu battery preference draws attention to forming a business cooperation with Altnay, a Turkish company. The battery systems in the NPR 10 EV, the 4 clock with the AC charger, and the DC charging unit 30 can all be fully charged in minutes.
Turkey’s first indigenous electric trucks, the NPR 0 10 EV, can travel 110 kilometres on a single charge, providing a new answer to carbon emissions in urban transportation.
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