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Canoo Technologies launches LDV 190 cargo van

The company said the LDV 190 has a beefed-up suspension system compared to its predecessor.

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Canoo secures Oklahoma City manufacturing facility

Canoo will initially occupy close to 500,000 square feet, with the ability to expand.

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U.S. Army looks to Canoo for electric Light Tactical Vehicle

Canoo has delivered its new Light Tactical Vehicle (LTV) to the United States Army for analysis and Demonstration in fulfillment of a contract awarded in July 2022. Canoo says the LTV is engineered for extreme environments and includes stealth configurations. Designed to be durable with a focus on passenger and battery safety, the LTV incorporates

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Canoo to acquire manufacturing facility in Oklahoma City

Canoo will acquire a new vehicle manufacturing facility in Oklahoma City. Strategically located with easy access to road and rail, the facility will produce Canoo’s LDV and LV vehicles for delivery to customers in 2023. With a dedicated training center, Canoo’s Vehicle Manufacturing Facility will employ more than 500 people and be equipped to ramp

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Delivery vehicles are experiencing an EV renaissance

Last-mile is a natural fit for EVs because defined routes can be planned to maximize range and recharging opportunities.

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The electric last mile

Here’s the definitive truth: As the technology stands today, electric vehicles are a fantastic fit for some applications and not so great for others. Last-mile delivery, those routes that bring a product from the warehouse shelf to the customer’s doorstep, happens to fall into that first category. EVs fit in so well here because last-mile

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The electric last mile

Here’s the definitive truth: As the technology stands today, electric vehicles are a fantastic fit for some applications and not so great for others. Last-mile delivery, those routes that bring a product from the warehouse shelf to the customer’s doorstep, happens to fall into that first category. EVs fit in so well here because last-mile

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Walmart goes Canoo’ing with 4,500 electric delivery vehicle order

Walmart says it has signed a definitive agreement with Canoo to purchase 4,500 all-electric delivery vehicles, beginning with the Lifestyle Delivery Vehicle (LDV), with the option to purchase up to 10,000 units. The vehicles will be used to deliver online orders in a more sustainable way, which will contribute to Walmart’s goal to achieve zero