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THE NEW NIKOLA 3 ELECTRIC TRUCK OUTSIDE IN COLLABORATION WITH IVECO


THE NEW NIKOLA 3 ELECTRIC TRUCK OUTSIDE IN COLLABORATION WITH IVECO
Two years after the presentation of the new fully electric Nikola 3 truck, the first vehicles on sale are finally about to arrive. The Nikola-Iveco partnership confirmed the forecasts, which confirm the start of production from the end of 2021.
This new vehicle built, as we said, in partnership with Iveco, FPT Industrial and Nikola Corporation, can be adapted in the future to a hydrogen fueling system that should start in Europe in 2023; the conditions are all there to be a vehicle that will integrate advanced electric propulsion technology combined with a next-generation system. The tests are still ongoing.
Nikola´s feature is a modular battery pack with a total capacity of up to 720 kWh, which can be customized to meet different customer needs. The electric drive will carry 480 kW of continuous power output with a peak torque of 1,800 Nm.
Nikola 3, like all the vehicles of other manufacturers that have come out or are about to be put on the market, are part of the growing and necessary attention to considerably reduce carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere with dramatic benefits for the environment.
The technology is very present in the vehicle with a low-energy bluetooth system to create a connection between the vehicle and the customer´s mobile device, but also to activate an access system to the vehicle without the driver opening the doors with the traditional key, because artificial intelligence perceives when the person physically approaches the vehicle. It seems like a technological devilry impossible to imagine, but it is the reality of an absolutely innovative, wonderful and different vehicle from any other truck currently on the road.

 

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