DPD to trial London EV Company's new 'range-extending' electric van

Cecilia Keating
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LEVC's VN5 prototype, converted for DPD.
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LEVC's VN5 prototype, converted for DPD.

Parcel delivery firm will run a series of road tests for LEVC's VN5 electric van over the coming months ahead of the vehicle hitting the market in the final months of 2020.

Parcel delivery firm DPD has revealed it is to become the first company to test the London EV Company's (LEVC's) new electric 'range-extending' taxi-van. DPD announced the new partnership yesterday,...

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