Daimler has developed prototype electric trucks in three sizes, from the Fuso eCanter, medium-duty eM2 and the Class 8 eCascadia and is working with partners to get these vehicles out on the road in regular use. There are already 100 Fuso eCanters operating in the U.S., and the company just delivered its first eM2 to its partner Penske with plans for nine more. The eCascadia will be delivered later this year with plans for 10 trucks as well. Photos: Jim Park
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