ecarry, the only fully electric vehicle with N1 type approval in Europe with a total ground mass of 3.5 tons, 80km/h

The fully electric commercial vehicle made in Italy was the first to obtain N1 type approval for fully electric vehicle (up to 80 km / h), which certifies vehicles intended for the transport of goods with a maximum mass not exceeding 3.5 tons.

VILLESSE (GO), JANUARY 14, 2021 – ecarry, the revolutionary electric commercial vehicle created by Green-G Electric Vehicles, finally arrives on the sustainable mobility market after successfully passing the tests required to obtain the European homologation certificate in N1 category and it is the first commercial vehicle for outfitting in Europe to have obtained fully electric homologation with a total ground mass of 3.5 tons, up to 80km / h.

Result of the commitment of the team of specialists in the R&D department of Green-G Electric Vehicles – the new business division of the Goriziane E&C S.p.A., an international reference point in the defense, oil&gas, naval and railway sectors – ecarry was developed in collaboration with the ‘University of Brescia, by analyzing the routes carried out in Italian cities, determining the energy models in all possible daily operational missions.

Hence, ecarry, a fully electric vehicle responds to the real needs of service companies, public bodies or carriers who need an agile, fast, powerful and small-sized vehicle to travel along planned, repetitive, constant itineraries characterized by numerous start & stops. Performance and speed far superior to standards, fully electric approved in category N1 up to 80 km / h for set-ups, reduces CO2 emissions to zero, as well as operating and mileage costs.

Environmental sustainability but also high technology: ecarry meets the criteria of Industry 4.0 thanks to integrated technology, communicates with the operator and allows remote control in real time of each activity. An advantage that represents a great opportunity for companies that can thus access multiple tax benefits, such as the tax credit for the purchase of capital goods and for Research and Development activities.

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