Fuso Australia 27 th May 2020 Tags: Fuso Latest News New Features Triumph That is the opinion of Australia’s leading commercial vehicle journalists who were given an exclusive test drive of Fuso’s revolutionary eCanter, the world’s first series production electric truck, in Melbourne recently. The eCanter is equipped with Advanced Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning, Electronic Stability Control, Hill Start assist, reversing camera and driver and passenger airbags. Fuso will introduce the world’s first all-electric light truck in Australia next February. The e-Canter is a light-duty electric truck that’s already used in European and U.S. cities with operators including 7 … Daimler Truck and Bus Australia Pacific president and CEO, Daniel Whitehead, says Australian customers have been enthusiastic about the eCanter. Fuso presented an eCanter at the 2019 Brisbane Truck Show and select Australian fleets such as Toll and Australia Post have subsequently briefly trialled the vehicle. The near-silent eCanter, which produces zero exhaust pipe emissions, was first introduced in 2017 and is currently operating in the United States, Europe and Japan. “The eCanter is not yet available in Australia, but when it is, it will come with all the benefits of being backed by an established truck maker, including the assurance of parts, service support and warranty coverage provided by our national FUSO dealership network,” Mr. Whitehead added. Read More. The new Fuso eCanter set to launch in Australia After positive feedback during Australian trials, Daimler will put the Fuso eCanter on the local market in February 2021. 1 min read. Fuso presented an eCanter at the 2019 Brisbane Truck Show and select Australian fleets subsequently trialed the ground-braking machine. Fuso is leading the way in electric trucks. The battery-powered, zero-tailpipe-emissions Fuso eCanter was first introduced in 2017 and was shown locally for the first time at the 2019 Brisbane Truck Show.. More recently it has undergone testing in Australia in a number of fleets, including that of our largest fleet operator of electric vehicles, Australia Post. All-Electric Fuso eCanter Charges Into Australian Market. Marc Llistosella is the outgoing President and Chief Executive Officer of Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus and he has strong views on electric trucks especially the Aussie bound Fuso e-Canter. Fuso presented the eCanter at the 2019 Brisbane Truck Show and select Australian fleets trialed it. 28th Sep 2016. News. The all-electric Fuso eCanter truck will be coming to Australia as part of a trial with customer fleets next year. THE world’s first all-electric light-duty truck, Fuso’s eCanter, is coming to Australia in 2017. Hertz Takes The Safe Route With Fuso … The vehicle will be put to use at the Bungarribee distribution centre in Sydney as the peak parcel season ramps up. Justin Whitford, Fuso’s truck and bus director, confirmed in a statement that the eCanter will be involved in a trial with key customer fleets next year: “We are excited to be able to conduct a local trial with the ground-breaking all-electric Fuso eCanter in Australia.” Daimler Truck and Bus Australia Pacific president and chief executive, Daniel Whitehead, says Australian customers have been enthusiastic about the eCanter. Marc Llistosella, President and CEO of Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation and Head of Daimler Trucks Asia, said of the eCanter: “In times when everybody is talking about electric trucks, we are the first to actually commercialise a series-produced all-electric truck. Fuso eCanter bound for Australia: Electric truck to join customer trial fleet. Toll's eCanter on site Toll is deploying the Fuso eCanter on a real-world metro delivery trial in Australia, months after introducing the vehicle to its Japanese fleet.