Volkswagen, one of world's largest automotive companies, was in a troubled process with an emission scandal that erupted in United States 2 years ago. A software that Volkswagen uses has been determined to lower emissions, and this situation has been confessed by company's CEO.
After emergence of this situation, Volkswagen had to pay a large amount of compensation and pledged to resolve customer's victimization. For developments, Volkswagen announced that it would weigh in electric car technology, and it would make an investment of 84 billion dollars.
World Premiere! Volkswagen Truck Bus presents full Electric light distribution Truck eDelivery InnovationDayHamburg Pic.twitter.com/yADkVjwpwSAd — Volkswagen Truck Bus (@VW_TruckBus) 11 October 2017
And one of those investments is next generation of electric trucks. As seen in above Tweette, German automotive giant announced new small-volume truck working with electric motor as part of innovation Day in Hamburg.
The truck called Volkswagen e-delivery will have a range of 200 kilometers and test drive will begin in 2018.