Chinese BYD has brought out three business EV product strains and, this time, objectives for European clients. Last week, two electric-powered vans and one electric van made their debut appearances in Murcia, Spain.
While BYD’s e-truck variety and trucks have been at work in China and other global markets, that is the first time they were offered to customers in Europe.
The first trucks available to European customers are the T6 (7.5T GVW) light truck and a truck specifically designed for airports, ports, and distribution centers: the Q1M Yard Tractor (46T GCWR). BYD has also launched the completely electric powered BYD T3 industrial van. These are the primary vehicles from a complete range of electrical, mild, and heavy industrial automobiles that BYD plans to release across Europe within the coming years.
Isbrand Ho, Managing Director of BYD Europe, stated: “Our previous natural electric-powered merchandise have cemented their role in their respective categories – taxis, metropolis buses, and forklifts. We are confident that this fourth product variety – e-vans – will also win sales achievement even though the European CV sector is intensely aggressive.”
BYD has been imparting Europe with fully electric buses, among others, to Sweden, Germany, Denmark, England, and Italy, and the Chinese company is producing electric buses with a plant in France.
Javier Contijoch, Vice President of Sales at BYD Europe, stated: “Spain was chosen as the first pilot market. The most reliable BYD electric-powered vans is the beginning of the roll-out in Europe. Other European areas are quick to comply with.”