The Commercial Vehicle Show 2023: The Future of Net Zero Transportation
As we approach The Commercial Vehicle Show 2023, the event promises to feature the newest low and zero emission trucks and vans, emphasizing the industry’s dedication to achieving net zero emissions. In this year’s showcase, Maxus will be highlighting their data solution that is fitted to every EV, Maxus Intelligence Onboard which is provided through a partnership with LEVL.
Maxus recently introduced the UK market’s first electric pick-up truck, known as the T90EV pick-up. This vehicle was first showcased at the Commercial Vehicle Show 2022 in Birmingham and is an electric version of the T90 which runs on a traditional internal combustion engine.
Mark Barrett, General Manager of Harris Maxus, said: “The Maxus brand is synonymous with market-leading commercial electric vehicles, which is a very strong position for a brand that is relatively new but is clearly having a significant impact on the EV marketplace.
“Our commitment to the UK market is unwavering and we will continue to innovate, lead and bring new products to market, while providing information and education around making the switch to EV.”
The event, which is the largest and most attended road transport show in the UK, is run by the industry for the industry.
One of the main features of this year’s show will be the all-new truck zone which will feature the latest models from leading truck manufacturers such as Ford, Isuzu, Iveco, Maxus, Nissan, Renault Trucks, Volta Trucks, and more. Visitors will get a chance to see new models making their UK debut and interact with experts who will guide them on the latest technology and zero-emission transition.
The new and future vehicles that will be showcased will help drive the industry’s transformation to net zero emissions. There will be a fleet of tractor units from Iveco, HVS, Renault Trucks and Volta Trucks, joined by expert representatives who will share insights on how they are delivering their net zero ambitions.
Renault Trucks UK & Ireland will be also be participating, where they will exhibit their partnership with Vertellus – the newest national Commercial Vehicle contract hire company in the UK. Visitors will have the opportunity to witness a 100% electric Renault Trucks E-Tech distribution vehicle from Vertellus’ fleet and gain insights into the two brands’ progress and visions for transport decarbonisation.
The products that will be showcased at the event include a range of electric vehicles, low carbon vehicles, refuse collection solutions, rental, leasing, and financial services, as well as trucks, vans, and minibuses.
Battery-powered electric trucks, hydrogen fuel cell trucks, and HVO (hydrogenated vegetable oil) trucks are all set to play a role in the road transport industry’s shift away from fossil fuels.
Lisa Fuller, Brand Marketing and Communications Manager for Iveco UK, said “Iveco are very excited to be at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show, especially as our brand new all-electric eDaily will be making its UK debut. The Show will present a great opportunity for visitors to come and meet this class-leading product range. In addition to eDaily, we will also have an S-Way Natural Gas on display as we help to drive the road of change. The Iveco team is really looking forward to welcoming people onto our stand.”
In addition to the vehicles, the show will feature a comprehensive line-up of vans and pick-ups with new electric vans from Ford, Iveco, Maxus, and Nissan. Visitors will also get a chance to see examples of the latest offerings from the UK’s top leasing and rental providers.
The Commercial Vehicle Show 2023 will also feature two live theatres with a packed-out program. The Road Ahead Theatre will cover the future of the industry while the Workshop Theatre, in partnership with Commercial Vehicle Workshop, will feature in-depth engineering expertise.
Experts will cover topics such as the zero-emission transition, van crime, driver safety, telematics, battery technology, and driver assistance systems, among others. Key speakers at the event include Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive, Rod McKenzie, RHA Executive Director of Communications, and Mike Cutts, Director, Light Vehicle Business, Iveco.
The Commercial Vehicle Show offers the latest trucks, vans and trailers, vehicle security solutions, telematics innovations, repair, and maintenance advice, and much more. Visitors can make all their annual purchasing decisions in one place in the halls of the UK’s top exhibition venue.
The 2023 Commercial Vehicle Show is set to take place from 18-20 April 2023 at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham. It promises to be an exciting and informative event where visitors can learn about the latest innovations, technologies, and future trends in the industry.
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