Mercedes reveals electric and fuel-cell trucks for its green haulage roadmap

Mercedes-Benz has revealed a trio of zero-emissions trucks it aims to put into production as soon as 2021, as it reinvents its Daimler haulage to become CO2-neutral. The new models tap hydrogen fuel-cells and battery-electric drivetrains for either urban or long-haul use, with the potential for more than 600 miles of range.

First up will be the MercedesBenz eActros, the battery-electric truck the automaker first showed in 2018. That will go into series production in 2021, Daimler confirmed today, and is expected to have a range of “well over” 124 miles.

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