AxleTech and Thor Vans creating heavy-duty e-powertrain system

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AxleTech, a supplier of specialty powertrain options, is creating a heavy-duty e-powertrain system with Thor Vans, a fleet-focused transportation lab constructing absolutely electrical business vehicles. AxleTech and Thor Vans will combine AxleTech’s e-axle know-how with Thor’s proprietary battery know-how to create a completely electrical business car powertrain.

Thor Vans is a California-based transportation lab targeted on electrifying business fleets. Based by fleet operators with huge data of the trade, Thor Vans builds absolutely electrical vehicles, together with the battery, for medium-duty business functions.

In July 2018, Thor Vans introduced it can associate with UPS to construct and take a look at two fully-electric supply vehicles within the better Los Angeles Space.

AxleTech supplies built-in options for on-highway electrical autos, together with Class 6, 7, and eight vehicles, in addition to transit functions. The corporate has established different strategic partnerships with trade leaders to develop groundbreaking custom-made, absolutely built-in electrical powertrain techniques.

Earlier this yr, the corporate unveiled its next-generation electrical unbiased suspension idea for high-mobility functions. AxleTech’s 5000 Collection eISAS idea enhances efficiency and has the flexibility to enhance stealth traits, decrease warmth signatures, and enhance gasoline financial savings to logistics autos, tactical autos, and armored personnel carriers.


5000 Collection eISAS

AxleTech plans to launch its latest e-powertrain providing—just lately named a 2019 Automotive Information PACE Awards finalist for its innovation—in January 2019.


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