Renault Trucks to offer an electric range for each market segment from 2023

Volvo Group’s subsidiary Renault Trucks is pursuing its investment in electric mobility

Preparations are underway to market a Z.E. tractor for regional and inter-regional transport from 2023 and an all-electric truck designed for urban construction

From 2023, an all-electric Renault Trucks offer will be available for each segment, namely distribution, construction, and long distance.

To support these developments and be able to offer a complete and competitive Renault Trucks range on the market, the company is setting up an organisation dedicated to electric mobility, confirming its commitment to fossil-free transport.

Renault Trucks say they now have a comprehensive all-electric range on the market, from 3.1 to 26 tonnes. Comprising the Renault Trucks D Z.E., D Wide Z.E., and the Renault Trucks Master Z.E., which meet the requirements of urban transport, delivery, distribution, and waste collection.

Renault Trucks are now looking to extend vehicle electrification to all uses. Preparations are underway to market a Z.E. tractor to meet the needs of regional and inter-regional transport from 2023. An all-electric offer designed for urban construction will also be available to order by this date.

During the second half of the decade, Renault Trucks will be able to offer a range of electric trucks powered by hydrogen fuel cells, mainly for demanding and heavy long-haul operations.
"Electric mobility is the pillar of our strategy and we aim to lead the field," says Bruno Blin, president of Renault Trucks.

"We’re aiming for 35% of our sales to be electric in 2030. By 2040, all our vehicle ranges will be 100% fossil-free."

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