Tevva plots first electric truck factory in London

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The Tevva e-truck weighs in at 7.5 tonnes | Credit:Tevva
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The Tevva e-truck weighs in at 7.5 tonnes | Credit:Tevva

The firm's e-truck is set to be rolled out mid-2022 with a view to producing 3,000 each year by 2023

Electric truck developer Tevva has announced plans for its first manufacturing plant in London, where it hopes to produce around 3,000 vehicles a year by 2023. Situated in the London Thames Freeport...

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