ISUZU N SERIES LDV ELECTRIC TRUCK SPECS
ISUZU N SERIES LDV ELECTRIC TRUCK SALES
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THE ISUZU N SERIES LDV ELECTRIC TRUCK IN THE NEWS
2017 Week 51 - Izuzu reveal specs of Isuzu Elf electric truck
Last year Isuzu unveiled its N Series electric truck, late December the Japanese automaker announced that it intends to launch the light delivery truck based on its Elf range by the end of the year in answer to the Fuso eCanter. The Isuzu electric LDV will have a range of 100km and two 40kWh lithium batteries. The batteries are located between the right front and rear wheels and between the left front and rear wheels, respectively. and is for powering the vehicle and cold-storage. The small truck has a maximum loading capacity is 3,000kg.
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