The Torq is built on Neuron's scalable chassis with interchangeable body components that attach and detach, giving fleets the ability to adjust functionality and expand cargo capacity. - Photo: Neuron EV

The Torq is built on Neuron's scalable chassis with interchangeable body components that attach and detach, giving fleets the ability to adjust functionality and expand cargo capacity.

Photo: Neuron EV

Neuron EV has unveiled its Neuron EV Torq, an electric semi-truck that boasts improved sustainability, functionality, safety and convenience for commercial truck drivers.     

The Torq is built on Neuron's scalable chassis with interchangeable body components that attach and detach, giving fleets the ability to adjust functionality and expand cargo capacity. The truck's architecture also features an aerodynamic profile that has an integrated sleeper cabin.

For improved safety, the Torq features a 360-degree view through wireless cameras that feed data into the driver's screen. This ensures that the driver is aware of the vehicle's position and surroundings from all angles, at all times. The center driver seating allows for balanced visibility, optimized handling and an engaging driving experience, according to the truck maker.

The truck's vehicle interface application provides full operation control and works on any personal device, which can be plugged into the interior architecture and replaces all physical componentry. This open system is compatible with the latest devices, internet solutions, and transport management networks.

The TORQ is equipped with a modern cabin that's suitable for driving, resting and sleeping. The rear sleeping area features a surround sound system, storage space, internet connectivity and a bed. The cabin is also built with compatibility for future autonomous operation.

Originally posted on Trucking Info

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