Nikola Tre BEV technologically advanced all electric Class 8 semi truck is on sale

After a long-awaited moment, Nikola Motor Company announced: “The Nikola Tre BEV, available now”. Nikola Motor Company announced this awesome news on their Twitter account. As far as its features are concerned it is a technologically advanced all-electric Class 8 semi truck. It runs 330 miles per charge and takes just 90 minutes to charge it. Its comfort feature includes a comfortable stitched lumbar cushion for improved posture while driving.

It gives you enough space to stand and stretch in the truck. A wide control panel and digital driver display let’s driver control all the functions. The company claims that the design of the truck has been designed in such a way that gives the best experience to the driver. Along with comfort comes advanced safety. It is equipped with an advanced safety system such as Lane Departure Warning, Advanced Emergency, Braking, and front and rear camera. A complete ecosystem has been tried to develop with visual and audible alerts that make sure to alert the driver in case of any warning.

It is equipped with 733 kWh of energy capacity and two e-motors with 645 HP. It delivers a peak torque of over 33K ft-lb. It has the capacity to carry a combined weight of 82K pounds up to 330 miles. Its improved suspension and larger wheels make sure to deliver the best experience.


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