The objective of the meeting is to exhibit the quality and technology of these vehicles, in a 1.5 kilometer circuit with different activities to learn about the main functionalities.
“These vehicles represent the latest technology in terms of electromobility, and their recognition and success are enormous in the markets where they are already sold. Developed in Brazil, the electric trucks are manufactured in Resende in partnership with the companies of the Modular Consortium of the Traton group, and have specialized services and consulting from the e-Consórcio,” said a Volkswagen statement.
The e-Delivery was the winner of the UOL Carros award in the Technology category in 2021. In addition, the Top of Mind Transport Award 2022 in the Technological Innovation category.
The 11-tonne 4×2 is the lightest model in Volkswagen’s electric family and is equipped with a motor that delivers 300kW with a maximum torque of 2,150Nm from zero rpm.
It is equipped as standard with pneumatic suspension, six battery modules or, optionally, three modules, depending on the autonomy required for its operation. The autonomy of the battery is 250 km. It has a total gross weight of 10,700 kg and the maximum payload capacity, added to the body, reaches 6,320 kg.
Meanwhile, the e-Delivery 14-ton 6×2 has a total gross weight of 14,300 kg and its maximum payload capacity, added to the bodywork, reaches 9,055 kg, the largest in its category in electric cars in Brazil.