Shock! The world’s largest electric truck never charges

Shock! The world's largest electric truck never charges

A quarry in Switzerland is operating the world’s largest electric car, a self-weight 45 ton dump truck, transport lime and mudstone from one side of the mountain to the cement plant. Surprisingly, the manufacturer claims that the truck does not consume energy. You may ask, how is this possible? This dump truck weighs 45 tons, with a 5-ton battery pack, can accommodate 700 kWh.

Since it is going to climb the mountain, the full load of the full load is 110 tons. Due to the weight of the weight exceeds the weight, the kinetic energy recovery system will be re-acquired more energy than the mountain when the truck is going down..

This truck is manufactured by Kuhnschweitz, named ELEKTRODUMPER: 9.1 meters long, 4.2 meters wide, 4.

2 meters high. The tire is 1.8 meters high, and the bucket is completely raised to more than 8.

5 meters.. CNN recently takes a first-class equation driver LucasDigrassi to Swiss Cement Company CIMENTSVIGIERSA test drive the truck, the car is called 90% of the electric quantity in the truck, and the power is 80% when reaching the top of the mountain, then return to the starting point.

88%, so the official statement is still not true. KUHNSCHWEITZ indicates that the truck is about 20 times a day, and the remaining energy of 200 kilowatt time every day, that is, 77 megawatts per year..

Considering that ordinary dump trucks use 11,000 to 22,000 gallon diesel per year, the truck can reduce up to 196 metric tons of carbon dioxide gas per year.

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