Chanje V81000 - FedEx orders 1,000 electric vans

Chanje V81000
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N oh the In passenger cars, the electric drive is currently booming in light commercial vehicles too. In Germany, after DHL, the first external customers drive the electric box vans from StreetScooter, in the USA the hotly traded local start-up is called Chanje.

The name sounds a bit Chinese and fits the drive technology of the box vans. They are developed in China, and the delivery vans are still being built there. The owner of Chanje is FDG Electric Vehicles, based in Hong Kong, which plans to open an assembly plant in the USA soon.

BcnRDb25PYmVuIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7fSwiaXNNb2JpbGUiOmZhbHNlfQ== -> synchronous motor with synchronous motor in the Chanje V81000 delivers a maximum of 148 kW (201 PS). Its top speed is given as 130 km /h. The lithium-ion battery should offer a storage capacity of 100 kWh.

The panel van is 8.08 meters long and has a wheelbase of 4.94 meters. This makes it larger than the electric vans from Merceds (eVito, eSprinter) and VW (eCrafter). Chanje is unlikely to appear on their home market in the foreseeable future.

There are currently no known plans to export to Europe. The Los Angeles-based company does not name prices either, because it only supplies fleet customers with whom individual conditions have been agreed.


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