Light-duty the vanguard of CV electrification

With urban emission challenges and operational requirements in mind, light-duty is the clear CV leader for electrification. By Jack Hunsley

Every commercial vehicle (CV) segment is now on a path to zero-emissions mobility. However, the light-duty segment is further along this road than most.

This is evident in current vehicle adoption rates and the status of pilot programmes for lighty-duty compared to other segments. DHL, for instance, introduced its first electric medium-duty truck into its UK operations In November 2020, admittedly to positive reviews.

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