Cenntro Electric rolls off the first Logistar 100, a light electric commercial van.
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Cenntro Electric rolls off the first Logistar 100, a light electric commercial van.

Cenntro Electric's Logistar 100 has a range of 74 miles (118 kilometers) and a payload capacity of 1151 lbs. (525 kg).

Cenntro Electric Group Limited today rolled out the first Logistar 100. It is a light electric commercial van, and deliveries will begin in Europe in September, followed by launches in Asia, the Caribbean, and South America markets.

The Logistar 100, or LS 100, is a versatile, compact light cargo van purpose-built to serve diverse commercial applications, especially in population-dense urban areas.

The vehicle has a range of 74 miles (118 kilometers) (WLTP), 1151 lbs. (525 kg) of payload, and a cargo capacity of 73.3 cubic feet (2 cubic meters). The combination of its cargo space and multiple entry points at the side and rear of the vehicle makes the LS100 ideal for multiple applications, including package delivery, trade and maintenance services, hospitality, and catering.

The LS100 completed all homologation tests in compliance with the standards and requirements of the European Union (EU) in July and received type approval from the EU in August. As a result, the LS100 is eligible for sale in all 27 EU member states and other countries that adopt EU vehicle homologation standards.

Peter Wang, Cenntro’s Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer, said: The Logistar 100 reflects our desire to serve the needs of an increasingly diverse market. The LS100 expands our product line and responds to customer needs for an adaptable electric vehicle, particularly for Europe, one of our key markets. The LS100’s size and capacity offer fleets and business owners a true electric vehicle choice to meet their needs without sacrificing function or performance.

Recently, Cenntro Electric established a subsidiary Cennatic Power Inc., to manufacture advanced lithium-ion batteries.

Cennatic will manufacture Li-ion batteries at its purpose-built manufacturing facility at Aero Industrial Park in Monterrey, Mexico. Cennatic expects to complete the production line installation by the end of 2022 and begin trial production in the first half of 2023.

Also Read: Volkswagen signs an agreement with Government of Canada to strengthen its battery supply chain.

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