THOR ELECTRIC TRUCK STRATEGY
wattEV2buy explores the THOR electric truck strategy. List Thor EV models, news, and sales as it vies for a position in the fast-growing EV market. Thor Trucks is an 18 people strong Los Angeles based start-up and call itself a transportation lab creating and deploying solutions to fleet owners. Engineers at the company hail from Faraday Future, BYD, and Boeing. Thor Trucks unveiled its first product the Thor ET-One semi in December 2017 which it hopes to bring to market before the Tesla Semi in 2019.
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In the same week that Daimler starts delivering its all-electric delivery truck in Europe, the Fuso eCanter, and Pepsi committing to 100 units of the Tesla Semi two companies introduced their solutions for the transport sector.
California based start-up Thor introduced the ET-One 80,000 pound hauler with a 300-mile range. The ET-One is available in powertrain options ranging from 300hp to 700hp and potentially in a 100-mile short range version. Thor claims the ET-One is 60% cheaper to maintain while fuel cost is reduced 70%. Thor aims to beat Tesla to market before 2019 and selling for $150k which is the bottom end of the range announced by Tesla for the Semi.
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