Despite the fact that this sounds somewhat unconvincing, especially for the cab/chassis, LDV is confident that the new SAIC LDV eDeliver 9 Van 88.55 kWh vans provide sufficient power reserve for most commercial applications, and tests in Bondi and Newtown showed that at the end of each working day, about 30% of the charge remains in the vans. The power and torque in the LDV eDeliver 9 Van 88.55 kWh are provided by the same electric motor mounted on the front axle as in the cab/chassis, which provides them with the same cargo volume of 10.97 cubic meters (medium roof) and 12.33 cubic meters (high roof) as in the internal combustion versions. The standard equipment of battery-powered electric vans includes adaptive cruise control, an ascent assist system, parking sensors, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth connectivity, a storage space under the seat, a multifunctional steering wheel and upper storage compartments. Meanwhile, the main safety equipment includes autonomous emergency braking, electronic stability control, lane departure warning and the usual set of airbags.
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