Volvo plans to share truck battery technology and TSLA competition to other brands

Volvo plans to share truck battery technology and TSLA competition to other brands

With the growing increasing cost, low emissions, and automatic driving technology development trends, Volvo hopes to share their own battery technology to other brands, including Japanese Udtrucks, Swedish Scania and US MackTrucks and other brands.. “When we involve components development and production, we hope to cut costs through some ways.

“Walvo Group Truck Technology Chief Technology Officer Larstenqvist” said in an interview with Reuters. “Not only is a truck brand, and will include car brands and construction equipment in the future..

“Udtrucks said that it is planned to launch a full-electric version of Quon heavy-duty truck 2020.. Previously, Volvo has announced this month that it will launch medium-sized truck products driven by lithium-ion batteries in 2019 to complete mission such as urban transport and garbage delivery.

. “If there is no sharing technology and platform, it is hard to do this..

“Senior Vice President of Udtrucks” Douglasnakano said. “From the technical point of view, we are ready. “Udtrucks’ competitors in Japan, Mitsubifuso, Daimler AG, have begun to sell electric version of the electric version of the electric version of Japan and the US market last year, and expanded to the European market at the beginning of this year.

. The mass truck department also said that it is planned to launch a medium-sized electric truck for the end of 2019..

After subverting the traditional automotive industry, the electric car leader TSLA has begun to extend the tentacles to the truck and heavy equipment industry, which announced the Semi heavy-duty electric truck last year, and planned to invest in 2019.. In order to maintain competitiveness, more and more automakers want to reduce development costs by using scale effects, the mass and Toyota truck department said that both parties have become a cooperative alliance.

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