Groupe PSA has announced pricing for the Citroen e-Dispatch, Peugeot e-Expert and Vauxhall Vivaro-e.
Renault is offering the electric Master ZE in a 3.5-tonne variant and as a chassis cab, expanding the line up to eight models.
It’s been almost two years since we last drove the eVito and now, a year later than planned, it has finally arrived in the UK.
DPD is the first fleet to trial LEVC’s new VN5 electric van ahead of its launch in Q4.
Leeds City Council has taken delivery of 122 new Renault Kangoo ZE 33 compact vans, with 102 to be used in the delivery of a wide range of services across the city.
Vauxhall has revealed the Vivaro-e life, a fully electric people carrier with up to nine seats.
Maxus is now taking orders for the E Deliver 3, its first compact electric van.
Unlike most electric vans, there will be no internal combustion engine (ICE) versions and so engineers have designed everything around electrification including the use of composite plastic and aluminium, rather than steel.
Renault has launched a new Business+ version of its fully-electric Kangoo ZE van.
Nissan dealers are now able to supply a larger version of the electric e-NV200 van, built by Bevan Group business En-Veco.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has confirmed the fully electric eTransporter is priced from £42,060, excluding VAT and Government incentives.
Peugeot has confirmed the range and payload details of the new e-Expert electric van, which goes on sale later this year.
Citroen has confirmed the new e-Dispatch electric van will be available in the UK in the second half of 2020.
Vauxhall has revealed its first electric van, the Vivaro-e, which will be available to order from June.
The new two-seater promises low running costs of less than 2.5p per mile.
LEVC has confirmed its new electric light commercial van will be called the VN5.
The London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) has begun production of its new electric van in prototype form.
Businesses in Brixton, including street and market traders based locally, will be able to tap into a free electric van sharing service.
Citroën plans to launch three new electric vans by 2021, starting with the Electric Relay at the beginning of 2020.
Royal Mail is to triple the size of its electric van fleet with the addition of 190 new models by the end of the year.