Phoenix Motorcars surpasses 3M all-electric miles

Phoenix Motorcars surpasses 3M all-electric miles

All Phoenix Motorcars electric vehicles are built on the Ford E-450 chassis.

California-based Phoenix Motorcars, a subsidiary company of SPI Energy Co., Ltd., recently exceeded the 3 million electric mile mark, counting all its fully electric trucks and shuttle buses in operation. This includes its first-, second- and third-generation products that have been driven across a variety of end-use applications.

Phoenix Motorcars delivered its first medium-duty all-electric vehicle in 2014. Since then, Phoenix Motorcars is now providing its third-generation drivetrain that offers 160 miles of electric range, with four battery pack options to support various customer needs. All Phoenix Motorcars electric vehicles are built on the Ford E-450 chassis, allowing for an extensive list of cutaway body options to select, including service trucks, utility trucks, flatbed trucks, box trucks, delivery trucks, shuttle buses and school buses.

Phoenix Motorcars recently announced a new residential and commercial charging division, a partnership with EasyMile on autonomous technology, as well as the upcoming launch of new all-electric vehicles.

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