Electric truck developer Tevva opens R&D base in Warwickshire

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Tevva's 7.5-tonne electric trucks boast a range of up to 310 miles when using its range extender technology | Credit: Tevva
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Tevva's 7.5-tonne electric trucks boast a range of up to 310 miles when using its range extender technology | Credit: Tevva

Research, development and testing base is designed to support Tevva's plan to produce 3,000 of its electric, range extender trucks each year by 2023

Tevva has opened a new research and development (R&D) base in Warwickshire, as the UK electric truck manufacturer aims to scale up its operations in support of its drive to produce 3,000 vehicles a year...

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