BrightDrop, which began in 2021, started construction the Zevo 600 van in December at GM’s CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ontario. A smaller Zevo 400 van is predicted to go into manufacturing this date. Each trucks are slated for Mexico, BrightDrop stated.
The Zevo 600 van, designed for longer-range deliveries, supplies 600 cubic ft of shipment area and will move as much as 400 ki,lometres on a complete fee. The Zevo 400 van has greater than 400 cubic ft of shipment area and is meant for shorter, extra widespread routes, similar to grocery deliveries.
“We are proud to introduce an unprecedented vehicle to the Mexican market,” Paco Garza, the president of GM Mexico, stated in a remark. “Its combination of advanced safety offerings, convenience features and best-in-class range make it the ideal option for our customers. Today’s announcement reaffirms our commitment to achieve a zero-emissions future.”
GM’s CAMI plant resumed manufacturing July 31 later two weeks of scheduled summer season downtime in July and an spare two-week idling as a result of a battery provide lack, BrightDrop stated.