The company will also serve as the primary distributor in North America for Workhorse’s E-100 and E-GEN ange-extended medium-duty vehicles, as well as the W-15 electric pickup truck being unveiled later today during the Advanced Clean Transportation Expo.
“With Ryder, we can bring our leading-edge range-extended electric vehicle technology to a larger base of businesses that are looking to improve efficiencies, save on fueling costs, and get better performance from their fleets,” says Workhorse CEO Stephen Burns.
Source: Press Release
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