Mercedes Benz has unveiled three zero emission trucks that it plans to put into production as early as 2021 and transform its Daimler transport system to make them carbon neutral. It is understood that the new model uses a hydrogen fuel cell and a battery electric drive system, which can be used for urban or long-distance driving, and the range is expected to exceed 600 miles. < / P > < p > the first to appear will be Mercedes Benz eactros, the car manufacturer’s first electric truck in 2018. Daimler confirmed today that the model will be put into production in 2021 and its range is expected to exceed 124 miles. < / P > < p > the company said this would make it suitable for heavy urban distribution. The trial of eactros prototype vehicle has started as early as 2018. The mass production version is expected to provide two axle and three axle configurations, and the payload level is equivalent to that of the conventional internal combustion version Actros. In addition, it will be a smart truck with route analysis, fleet integration and charging infrastructure solutions. < / P > < p > now, eactros has a big brother, eactros long haul. The car will be all electric, and will be all electric, with a single charge of about 310 miles. Daimler admits that while it’s not quite as impressive as the distance a diesel truck can travel with full gas, it can bring lower energy costs. The Mercedes Benz genh2 truck is the third model. The model is expected to enter the customer trial phase in 2023, followed by series production in the second half of 2025. The car will be powered by a hydrogen fuel cell that can travel more than 1000 kilometers when full, Daimler said. “It has a higher energy density because it uses liquid hydrogen instead of gaseous hydrogen,” Daimler said. The car’s performance plan is comparable to a similar conventional diesel truck. ” In addition, the car will have two fuel tanks and a new fuel cell system to keep the truck capable of supporting multi day delivery routes. The 40 ton truck is expected to have a payload of 25 tons. < / P > < p > in April this year, Daimler trucks and Volvo Group launched a cooperation on fuel cell technology. Their joint liquid hydrogen fuel tank is expected to have a capacity of 40 kg, with a vacuum double-layer container in between. At the same time, the fuel cell system will be able to output 2 x 150 kW and temporarily add 400 kW of battery electric drive. < / P > < p > it is understood that the genh2 truck’s battery will be only 70kwh, which will be more used for charging than for extending driving time. Daimler envisions using excess fuel cell energy with regenerative charging to charge the battery instead of charging the car by plugging it in. < / P > < p > just as Mercedes is developing a standardized electric platform for passenger cars, Daimler trucks is developing a similar architecture for its zero emission transport system. Their first step was Edrive, which is understood to consist of a shaft, one or two engines and a gearbox. Daimler said the resulting battery pack would be smaller, lighter, more efficient, longer range and less impact on cargo carrying capacity. This will help meet the company’s commitment to provide CO2 free trucks only in Europe, North America and Japan by 2039. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days