Hyliion Holdings is producing a long-range version of its Hypertruck ERX, delivering 75 miles of all-electric range and more than 1,000 miles (1,600 km) of total range when the system is available.
The range will allow production trucks to qualify for zero-emission vehicle credits available under California’s Advanced Clean Truck (ACT) rule. And it also offers capabilities that can be compared with diesel, the company says.
The Hypertruck ERX’s electric powertrain uses an onboard generator to recharge the battery pack while driving, and it can also be plugged in for recharging through the electricity grid.
A model with a reduced electric range will roll out following the release of the long-range model.
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