All-electric Volta Zero trucks will be put through their paces in London this summer as part of an experimental program. The Crown Estate, a huge property owner in London's West End, will get the trucks from the Swedish start-up. With a range of 95 to 125 miles (153 to 201 km), the Volta Zero is suitable for the Crown Estate's 10 million square feet of property in London.
According to Volta Trucks chief executive Essa Al-Saleh, the full-electric Volta Zero was created particularly for zero-emission urban transportation with The Crown Estate and Clipper Logistics in mind.
Volta Zero has been developed to replace multiple smaller delivery vehicles and may be equipped with either a 150 kWh or 225 kWh battery pack. It was originally shown as a concept in October 2019 and then as a finished product last November. Volta is presently developing prototypes of the Zero in the United Kingdom, intending to complete 25 by the end of the month.