Mercedes Benz trails vision for all-electric heavy duty truck

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Carmaker plans to release zero local emission truck capable of carrying up to 26 tonnes by early 2020s

Mercedez-Benz has outlined plans to release a heavy duty electric truck capable of carrying up to 26 tonnes while generating zero tailpipe emissions. The Mercedez-Benz Urban eTruck, which parent company...

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