Harris Maxus is showcasing 13 electric vehicles (EV) at the Commercial Vehicle (CV) Show 2024 in Birmingham, including the new eDeliver 5 electric light commercial vehicle (eLCV).

Speaking at the launch, Mark Barrett, managing director of Group Franchises at Harris Group, said: "It’s been eight years since the debut of our first all-electric commercial vehicle, the EV80, at the CV Show, marking a remarkable journey of progress and innovation in the ever-evolving landscape of electric vehicles.

“As a young brand, Maxus has swiftly emerged as a trailblazer in the electric vehicle sector. And while we may be perceived as disruptors, our commitment to enhancing EV technology remains steadfast. Since 2016, we have introduced ten superb commercial and passenger vehicles to the UK market, eight of which are fully electric. Our latest products are yet another example of our e-vehicle market leadership and our unmatched ambition to continually build on our range.”

Maxus eDeliver 5 – CV Show model spec:

  • Battery pack capacity: 64kWh
  • Range: 208 miles (335km) WLTP combined, or 300 miles (489km) Urban / City range
  • Payload* 1200kg
  • Cargo volume – cubic capacity 6.6m3 / 7.6m3
  • Peak power 120kW
  • Peak Torque 240Nm
  • Body types:
  • - L1 H1 Overall Dimensions: 4800 x 1874 x 1960mm

    - L1 H2 Overall Dimensions: 4800 x 1874 x 2180mm

  • Cargo dimensions:
  • - L1 H1 Internal Cargo Space : L: 2654 x W: 1704 x H: 1455mm

    - L1 H2 Internal Cargo Space: L: 2654 x W: 1704 x H: 1675mm

  • Adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and lane keep assistance, 3600 surrounding camera and rear sensor & speed limit ID system
  • 12.3 inch centre screen with MP5, USB, Bluetooth, Wireless Carplay & Android Auto
  • Internet of Vehicle (IOV) capabilities including navigation/voice control and telematics as optional
  • Double sliding door, rear double opening with 1800 hinge & binding rings
  • Priced from £34,000 (excl. vat & reg fee)
  • Available to order now, with delivery expected in August 2024
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