Cenntro Motors to debut all-new KOMBI –– a lightweight electric commercial vehicle — at the Electric Drive Transportation Association Conference June 10-12 in Washington, D.C.
Cenntro Motors, a manufacturer of lightweight electric vehicles, today officially announced the arrival of its all-new zero emissions lightweight electric commercial vehicle, the Kombi, at the 2013 Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA) Expo in Washington D.C. Available initially as an off-highway vehicle, the Kombi is a perfect choice for maintenance, delivery and light cargo transport. This versatile vehicle can be used in a variety of environments, including: parks, farms, resorts, campuses, industrial facilities, airports and more. Distinctive retro styling, roomy interior, spacious cargo area as well as class leading performance and energy efficiency set this vehicle apart.
Equipped with the most advanced KLD Energy Technologies oneDRIVE™ propulsion system, the Kombi consumes less energy and delivers incredible performance. Designed for use in a variety of applications, oneDRIVE™ is a scalable, yet turnkey solution for companies in need of a complete propulsion system. oneDRIVE™ was exclusively engineered with the goal of creating the most advanced electric propulsion system optimized for peak performance and overall efficiency. In addition, Cenntro Motors is proud to have the KLD designed and manufactured battery which is lightweight, has a high energy density, and has a low cost of ownership. Cenntro Motors finds it of utmost importance to have KLD’s engineering expertise and KLD’s strategic partnership with Samsung SDI, resulting in unrivaled battery safety.
The ground-breaking design and expertise of Cenntro Motors, combined with the efficiency and performance of the KLD oneDRIVE system, has created a new balance of functionality, size, and safety. From the most advanced electric drivetrain to this new level of design, style, and efficiency, the Kombi is now positioned to be in the forefront of the lightweight commercial vehicle market.