Nikola on Tuesday disclosed details on its hydrogen fuel-mobile-driven item lineup that will involve vehicles with a driving selection of up to 900 miles.
The lineup incorporates a hydrogen gas-cell electric auto (FCEV) variant of Nikola’s truck collection Tre Cabover and Nikola Two FCEV Sleeper, a prolonged-haul freight hauler, for the North American sector.
The firm’s Tre battery-electrical car or truck (BEV) variant at this time covers up to 300 miles.
The 1st Tre FCEV prototype building is established to start in the 2nd quarter, with screening and validation continuing into 2022, the enterprise claimed, adding that creation is planned to start out in the 2nd half of 2023.
Nikola stated its Tre FCEV Cabover is qualified for distances up to 500 miles, when the Sleeper would allow for for a non-cease assortment of up to 900 miles.
In December, the corporation terminated a deal with Republic Services to acquire electrical rubbish vans for the recycling and squander disposal company.
This all follows past year’s announcement that Common Motors was obtaining a state in Nikola, a offer that was quickly undone right after a small seller accused Nikola of fraud, foremost founder Trevor Milton to resign and kicking off a federal investigation.
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