AAH #612 – Why Commercial EVs Are Catching On Faster Than Electric Cars

August 25th, 2022 at 3:00pm

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GUESTS:
Tony Sutton, Sr. VP Product Development, Navistar
Jason Gies, VP eMobility Business Development, Navistar
Bill Van Amburg, Sustainability Expert & Former VP of Calstart

EVs make a lot of sense for commercial fleets. Fuel and maintenance are cheaper. The total cost of ownership is lower. The battery can be sized to a specific route to eliminate range anxiety. Thanks to gobs of torque, the trucks can keep up with traffic. We talk to three experts about why electric semis and busses are catching on faster than electric cars.

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John McElroy, Autoline.tv

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One Comment to “AAH #612 – Why Commercial EVs Are Catching On Faster Than Electric Cars”

  1. Kit Gerhart Says:

    Are the motors under the hood of the school buses, or somewhere closer to the driven wheels?