Electric bus breaks global EV record with 1,101 mile journey

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The Catalyst E2 max has travelled further than any electric vehicle on a single charge
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The Catalyst E2 max has travelled further than any electric vehicle on a single charge

The 40-foot electric bus travelled 1,101.2 miles on a single charge, outstripping the previous record of 1,013.76 miles held by a passenger EV

As Tesla and Daimler prepare to do battle for the electric truck market, one company is already making electric buses that can go further than even the most advanced electric car. US firm Proterra,...

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