Mack MD Electric is the company’s first electric medium-duty truck, powered by a rear-mounted electric motor generating a peak 260 hp and 1,850 lb-ft of torque. It takes between 100 minutes to 160 minutes to fully charge the Mack MD Electric on an 80kW DC fast charger to charge either a 150- or 240 kWh lithium-ion battery pack.
You’ll be able to choose from Class 6 and Class 7 ratings, with the former having a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of 25,995 pounds, while the latter 33,000 pounds. Both models are exempt from the 12 percent Federal Excise Tax (FET). The Mack MD Electric will go into production later this year at their Roanoke Valley Operations (RVO) in Roanoke Valley, Virginia.
- Eye-catching black design with modern aesthetic: Ninebot S is compact, weighting just 28 lbs with a max load of 220 lbs; Applicable Age 16 – 50 years; Applicable Height - 3.11 – 6.6 Inch
- High-performance lithium-ion battery for extended use: Thanks to the dual 400W motors, it can easily reach a max speed of 10 mph; A single fully charged battery can run up to 13.7 miles, climbing a max slope of 15°
- Illuminating LED lights for increased visibility and safety
Mack established itself as an electrification leader with the heavy-duty Mack LR Electric refuse vehicle, and we’re excited to add the MD Electric to our zero-tailpipe emissions lineup. This is another important step in our efforts to drive decarbonization and a more sustainable future, and we plan to continue investing in technologies that help improve the environment and society,” said Martin Weissburg, global president of Mack Trucks.