Mercedes-Benz Trucks has partnered with Coca-Cola to bring its electric long-haul truck, the eActros 600, to the streets of Austria as part of the company’s Christmas truck tour. The eActros 600 is the first all-electric truck from Mercedes-Benz, and it offers a range of up to 400 km, a charging time of less than an hour, and a number of safety and assistance systems. The eActros 600 is also part of the integrated eActros solution, which includes eConsulting and digital services to help customers make the transition to zero local emissions.
Why choose the eActros 600 for your fleet?
The eActros 600 is designed to meet the needs of urban distribution transport with its high range, short charging time, and low noise level. The truck has three or four batteries with a capacity of around 112 kWh each, which can be charged at standardized charging stations using a CCS Combo-2 plug. The electric truck can travel up to 330 km on a single charge, depending on the driving conditions and load.
The Mercedes-Benz eActros 600 also comes with proven assistance systems from Mercedes-Benz Trucks to improve safety and efficiency in urban areas. These include Stability Control Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, Attention Assist, Sideguard Assist, Active Brake Assist, tire pressure monitoring, Roll Control Assist, and a new fire detection and alarm system in the cab. The truck also has a spacious and comfortable interior with ergonomic seats and a large windshield.
The eActros 600 is not only efficient and safe but also sustainable and future-oriented. It reduces CO2 emissions by up to 90% compared to conventional trucks with diesel engines. It also saves fuel costs by using electricity instead of diesel. And it supports the circular economy by using recycled materials for its bodywork.
How did Mercedes-Benz Trucks join Coca-Cola’s Christmas truck tour?
Mercedes-Benz Trucks joined Coca-Cola’s Christmas truck tour in Austria as part of its commitment to mobility solutions that are innovative and customer-oriented. The tour started on November 23rd in Glasgow-Silverburn Shopping Centre in Scotland and ended on December 10th in Tesco in Watford. Along the way, Coca-Cola invited people to visit its iconic trucks for a magical time full of laughter, fun activities, and free drinks.
The Mercedes-Benz eActros 600 was one of the trucks that participated in the tour. It was driven by two experienced drivers who shared their stories about working with electric trucks on social media using hashtags such as #eactros #mercedesbentrucks #coca-cola #christmastrucktour #eMobility. They also posted photos and videos of their journey on Instagram.
The tour was a great opportunity for Mercedes-Benz Trucks to showcase its electric long-haul truck to potential customers who are looking for sustainable transport solutions for their businesses. It was also a chance for Coca-Cola to promote its brand values of happiness, optimism, diversity, inclusion, responsibility, and community.
What are you waiting for?
If you are interested in learning more about the eActros 600 or other electric trucks from Mercedes-Benz Trucks, you can visit their website or contact them directly. You can also find out more about their integrated eActros solution, which includes eConsulting services that help you plan your fleet strategy based on your specific needs.
The eActros 600 is not just a truck; it is part of the future of smart, green, and customer-friendly mobility. Don’t miss this opportunity to join us on our journey towards zero local emissions! @via Panorica.
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