The company will reveal its all-new electric delivery vehicle at the NTEA Work Truck Week trade show taking place in Indianapolis from March 8-10.  -  Photo: Shyft Group

The company will reveal its all-new electric delivery vehicle at the NTEA Work Truck Week trade show taking place in Indianapolis from March 8-10.

Photo: Shyft Group

The Shyft Group has announced it will reveal its all-new electric delivery vehicle on their Class 3 EV chassis at the NTEA Work Truck Week trade show taking place in Indianapolis from March 8-10.

“We developed our proof of concept by leveraging nearly 50 years of experience in custom chassis production and last-mile delivery and will put prototypes in our customers’ hands for testing and validation in the 2nd half of 2022. Leveraging the infrastructure that supports our coast-tocoast manufacturing and service footprint, we’re poised to produce at scale to support the sharply rising demand for last-mile delivery vehicles as well as our customers’ carbonneutral goals," Shyft Group CEO Daryl Adams said.

Using the company’s Work-Driven Design process, the electric vehicle is a walk-in delivery van that will reach a new benchmark in delivering optimal driver ergonomics and user experience. Vehicle prototypes are expected to reach customers for route testing in the coming months, with production expected to begin by mid-2023.

Shyft is also helping customers in the transition to electric vehicle fleet management by providing a portable power cube, which will also be featured at the show.

Shyft’s proprietary battery-powered chassis features customizable length and wheelbase, making it well-suited to serve a wide range of medium-duty trucks. The chassis’ modular design will accommodate multiple GVWR classifications, based on build-out and usage. The lithium-ion battery packs provide an approximate range of 150 to 175 miles with the opportunity to enhance range through expanded battery options.

With a high degree of configurability, the all-electric chassis is adaptable to last-mile delivery, work truck, mass transit, recreational vehicle, and other emerging EV markets.

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