2020 Freightliner eCascadia electric freightliner cascadia truck competition for Tesla semi truck

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21 Replies to “2020 Freightliner eCascadia electric freightliner cascadia truck competition for Tesla semi truck”

  1. Perich29

    all trucks in California going have to be electric by 2030 otherwise, if you drive diesel trucks, you'll have to stay out of california but if your load have to go to California, you'll have to meet up at the boarder line and do a rellay swap with the driver that drives a electric truck out of california and drivers in a diesel truck should stay out of california.

  2. 59BlueBomber

    His descriptions of parts is hilarious. You have no idea what you're talking about. Some of the comments are even more ridiculous. None of you have any idea what you are saying.

    The comments about corrosion, problems with the technology, etc.. This is a prototype truck being fleet tested. They aren't available for purchase, yet. There is still a lot of validation testing to be done.

    These were engineered here in Portland, OR. I've seen quite a few of them driving the test route from Portland to Mt. Hood via US-26, through Hood River, back to Portland via I-84.

  3. Giovanni Socci

    I m excited about electric trucks,there are many unknowns,there are some potential good things,but I also see a few losing their shirts over the lack of reliability of the truck,expensive,and the breakdowns won t be pleasant.
    Batteries' lifespan of 6 yrs at a cost of over 200k,probably 250,add financing and you can hit 300k or slightly below.
    In an electric car they don t recommend buying new batteries bc of their high price,I wonder if the same will be true for C.E.V.

  4. Nelson Ramriez

    Lol, so many ignorant comments. Same thing happened with the first hybrid, plug in hybrid vehicles and now even hyper cars are going electric. The more you resist change the harder it will be for you knuckleheads, I suppose you don't have internet(just trying to make a point here), cell phones, Bluetooth and so on. You must all be still sending telegrams LMAO. The first Toyota Prius were tested in places where corrosion was one of the top concerns and the vehicles used as taxis averaged about 250 k miles. Tesla has now become top tier auto maker and the Tesla semi will be way better than the Cascadia. Crunching numbers the difference in electric vs diesel would represent no less than $30,000 in savings for me per year. The payback time and profitability is just too good not to consider.

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