LEVC Announces Full Details Of New Electric Van, VN5

LEVC Announces Full Details Of New Electric Van, VN5

Posted 08 July, 2020 at 13:45

Author Mark Bradshaw on behalf of (IFM) Independent Forecourt Magazine


LEVC ANNOUNCES FULL DETAILS OF NEW ELECTRIC VAN, VN5

• Bold, distinctive design and lightweight aluminium construction
• Flexible fast charging and low operating costs
• 24/7 cross-country capability - zero emissions in the city with a long-distance range
• Tailored for work - three specifications available
• Available to order now, visit www.levc.com/VN5 for more details

Ansty, 8th July 2020: LEVC (London Electric Vehicle Company) is set to revolutionise the commercial vehicle segment with the launch of VN5, its new electric light commercial van. Available to order now, first VN5 deliveries will commence in RHD form in Q4, with LHD models available from March 2021.

VN5 has a flexible zero emissions capable range of over 300 miles (484 km)1 delivered by LEVC’s innovative eCity electric technology. It also uses the same reliable, hard-working construction as LEVC’s highly successful TX taxi. With up to 5.5m3 capacity, VN5 cargo capacity easily accommodates two Euro sized pallets with a gross payload of 830kg. It has been built with a large side-loading door (enabling a pallet to be side-loaded) and a 60/40 split door at the rear to make loading and unloading easy for the driver.

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