eActros and eActros LongHaul


  • 20C0457_01
    For the first time, Daimler Trucks presents a preview of its purely battery-powered long-haul truck: the Mercedes-Benz eActros LongHaul. Starting from the middle of the decade, it is designed to cover regular journeys on plannable routes in an energy-efficient manner. Its range on one battery charge will be approximately 500 kilometers.
  • 20C0486_001
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021.
  • 20C0486_002
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021.
  • 20C0486_004
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021.
  • 20C0486_007
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021.
  • 20C0486_009
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021.
  • 20C0486_010
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021.
  • 20C0486_011
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021.
  • 20C0486_012
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021.
  • 20C0486_013
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021.
  • 20C0486_015
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021.
  • 20C0486_016
    The heavy, battery-electric eActros is in intensive customer testing since 2018. The findings from these trials flow directly into the series development of the locally CO2-neutral e-truck for distribution in urban areas. The planned start of series production is in 2021.
  • 20C0527_01
    On our way to a CO2-neutral future: From left to right: Mercedes-Benz eActros, Mercedes-Benz eActros LongHaul and Mercedes-Benz GenH2 Truck
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