Renault Trucks launches electric Range C and Range E

Renault Trucks is expanding its all-electric range with two new models of up to 44 tonnes, the Renault Trucks T E-Tech for regional transport and the Renault Trucks C E-Tech for the construction industry.

From the beginning of 2023, Renault Trucks will start the commercialisation of two new models of up to 44 tonnes in its range: the Renault Trucks T E-Tech for regional transport and the Renault Trucks C E-Tech for construction.

These new will be fitted with two or three electric motors, providing a combined power of up to 666hp.

The Renault Trucks T and C E-Tech will have two to six lithium-ion battery packs with a capacity of 180kWh to 540kWh. The vehicles' batteries can be fully charged in 9.5 hours by using a 43kW AC charger, or in 2.5 hours using a 250kW DC charger.

Renault says the trucks will be able to travel up to 186 miles on a single charge and up to 310 miles with a one-hour intermediate fast charge (250 kW).

Three types of power take-off (PTO) are available: electric, electromechanical or on the gearbox.

The new electric trucks will have a gross vehicle weight of 44 tonnes and be available in 4x2 and 6x2 tractor versions and 4x2, 6x2 and 8x4 tridem rigids.

The Renault Trucks T and C E-Tech will go on sale in the first quarter of 2023.

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