By now, you’re familiar with the wave of electric vehicles (EVs) sweeping across the globe – they’re a forward-thinking, environmentally conscious option that many have come to associate not only with sustainability, but with aesthetics and performance.
These new, electric trucks are some of the most exciting innovations to come out of the EV movement – and, apparently, also one of the industry’s best-kept secrets.
It’s time to change that.
There are many common misconceptions surrounding electric trucks – ideas that they don’t perform the same, aren’t as powerful, don’t elicit the same feeling of a traditional, gas-powered truck, and can’t provide the get-up-and-go when you need it, among other assumptions, keep many away.
The pickup crowd is often quick to point out that electric vehicles simply don’t have the same muscle as their tried-and-true gas counterparts, though that isn’t the case. Electric motors can provide serious torque and towing capabilities, meaning that owners who leverage their trucks for heavy-duty applications won’t have to miss out on those capabilities.
Trucks can actually better accommodate larger, longer-range batteries than other EVs, meaning that the range on electric trucks is better than most imagine. Also, a lower center of gravity could improve upon one undesirable aspect of traditional trucks – their handling and top-heavy nature.
Electric truck owners also won’t need to sacrifice a little bit of fun. EVs, in general, get a bad reputation for lacking acceleration, but modern electric motors can deliver the quick acceleration so many seek out in their vehicles.
Let’s take a closer look.
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It’s clear that electric trucks have a wide variety of benefits and potential applications – from boosts to fleet efficiency and heavy-duty individual applications to luxury lifestyle choices and more, electric trucks are ready to make a big splash in the coming years.
And Arbin’s battery testing capabilities are helping to make that possible, aiding the industry in developing long-lasting, high-performance batteries that help EVs reach their full potential.
To learn more about Arbin’s key role at the forefront of the EV industry, visit arbin.com/battery-test-applications-electric-vehicle/.