Automotive electric technology company, SEA Electric, is set to exhibit at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) expo later this month in the US.
The Work Truck Show saw SEA Electric take multiple vehicle orders that will soon be deployed to cities including Detroit, Philadelphia, New York City and San Francisco.
The company will use the ACT expo to display its 100 per cent electric-powered Ford F-59 ‘Stripped Chassis’ along with a fully electric Isuzu NRR.
The display Ford F-59 stripped chassis is powered by the SEA-Drive 120b power-system which produces 150kW of continuous power and 250kW of maximum power, but more importantly for a commercial vehicle, continuous torque of 1230Nm and a maximum torque figure of 2500Nm.
The second of the display trucks is an Isuzu NRR that also features the SEA-Drive 120b power-system.
Both vehicles have operating ranges of up to 350km.
SEA Electric also has a Ford Transit van program underway which will enter trials mid-year. This van features the SEA-Drive 70 power-system which provides continuous power of 75kW, maximum power of 134kW and 700Nm of maximum torque for an operating range of up to 300km.
Batteries for all three vehicles can be fully charged overnight within four-to-six hours using a 22kW on-board charger, which allows them to be plugged-in and charged from any three-phase power source. READ MORE