GreenPower Motor Company revealed that the company delivered 10 EV Star Cab and Chassis at the end of the fourth quarter last year, on Dec. 31.
“GreenPower delivered 10 EV Star Cab and Chassis to the Canadian unit of a global retailer who will upfit the vehicles for fulfillment of orders to the end consumer in the greater Toronto market,” said Claus Tritt, GreenPower’s vice president of medium-duty and commercial vehicle sales, who added that a Canadian leasing company financed it.
GreenPower said the all-electric EV Star Cab and Chassis was designed to take on any mid- and last-mile delivery while maintaining the benefits of being a zero-emissions vehicle. It is purpose-built to be an electric vehicle and is designed to accommodate a multitude of upfits or bodies for different use cases, with a carrying capacity of 7,000 pounds and a range of up to 150 miles.
The EV Star Cab and Chassis underwent final assembly and inspection at GreenPower’s South Charleston, West Virginia, facility. The plant where GreenPower’s Type A Nano Beast and Type D Beast all-electric school buses are manufactured also serves as a hub for processing the EV Star Cab and Chassis for East Coast distribution in the United States and Canada.
In addition to the delivery of the 10 EV Star Cab and Chassis, GreenPower said it also delivered nine Beast school buses in California, four Nano Beast school buses in West Virginia, two EV250 30-foot transit buses to a city in California, five EV Star Passenger Vans leased to an airport and transportation services providers, one EV Star Refrigerated Cargo Van to a University in California, two EV Star Passenger Vans and an additional EV Star Cab and Chassis during the quarter ending Dec. 31.