A NEW WORLD SPRINGS FROM THE OLD
Power that works
Battery PowerED Trucks
A reimagined cabover battery electric vehicle for short-haul metro-regional applications.
We have taken on the clean-energy transition challenge to provide high-quality zero-emission trucks with access to the refueling source that are available now at a diesel-competitive cost.
|Charge Time||90 min|
HYDROGEN POWERED TRUCKS
The hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicle for longer or continuous metro-regional applications.
We have taken on the clean-energy transition challenge to provide high-quality, zero-emission trucks that you can order now with delivery in Q4 2023, with access to the refueling source at a diesel-competitive cost.
|Fueling Time||20 minutes or less|
Trucks & Fleet
WHAT PAYMENT SOLUTION OPTIONS DO YOU OFFER?
We currently offer short-term rental demos, lease and direct purchase options. Our goal at Ziegler Truck Group is to minimize your risk to incorporate alternative-fuel vehicles and are happy to discuss how we can support you in getting behind the wheel.
HOW IS SERVICING AN ELECTRIC TRUCK DIFFERENT FROM A DIESEL TRUCK?
Electric HD vehicles have fewer moving parts and may require less maintenance. This is currently the case in electric passenger cars and busses, so it is plausible that the same will be true with HD trucks. Without an emissions or fuel delivery system, transmission or driveline, the core mx component items have been drastically reduced which should translate to reduced mx.
WHERE CAN I BUY AN ELECTRIC TRUCK?
Nikola trucks can be purchased by contacting Ziegler Truck Group.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BATTERY ELECTRIC AND FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY?
Both are based on an electric drivetrain. The difference is the system responsible for generating the electric energy (batteries for the BEV; hydrogen fuel cells for the FCEV) that powers the electric drivetrain.
WHAT IS AN ELECTRIC TRUCK LIKE TO DRIVE?
Our truck rides very smoothly with instant power and acceleration. You do not feel the shifting through the gears, and it is much quieter than its diesel equivalent. Another difference is regenerative braking which is used both to slow the vehicle down and generate energy that goes back to the battery to assist with range.