Renault Trucks is broadening its all-electric range, and offering a wider choice of batteries for its medium-duty EVs. The Renault Trucks D and D Wide Z.E. can now accommodate 66 kWh battery packs, and the Master Z.E. utility vehicle has just been released in a 3.5-ton model.
Renault’s all-electric trucks can be customized from 3.1 to 26 tons GVW, and offer ranges of up to 400 km, depending on the model and configuration. As the batteries are the biggest component of vehicle cost, Renault Trucks offers a range of battery pack sizes, so customers can choose the range they actually need. “This solution is tailored to customers’ real-life requirements, maintaining the payload and ensuring their business remains competitive.”
The Renault Trucks D and D Wide Z.E. are now available in five different battery pack configurations, up to a maximum of six 66 kWh battery packs, which translates to a range of up to 400 km.
The Renault Trucks Master Z.E. has a total GVW of 3.1 to 3.5 tons, a 57 kW motor, a 33 kWh battery pack, and a real-world range of up to 120 km.
The D Z.E. offers a total GVW of 16 tons, a 185 kW motor (130 kW continuous output), battery capacity of 200 to 400 kWh, and a real-world range of up to 400 km. It can charge at 20 kW AC or 150 kW DC.
The D Wide Z.E. is available in a variety of wheelbase sizes, with GVW op to 26 tons. It sports two electric motors with a total rating of 370 kW (260 kW continuous output), battery capacity of 200 to 265 kWh, and a real-world range of up to 180 km. It also charges at 20 kW AC or 150 kW DC.
Source: Renault Trucks