Mitsubishi Fuso

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Mitsubishi Fuso (Daimler Group)

eCanter

2017 A light-duty electric truck
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JPN


Mitsubishi Fuso (Daimler Group)

CANTER Eco Hybrid

2012 A light-duty hybrid truck
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 News
Mar 15, 2019

On March 14, Penske Truck Leasing received its first all-electric FUSO eCanter light duty truck, which it will use for urban deliveries in California.
The FUSO eCanter is the third e-truck line from Daimler Trucks in the Penske fleet, joining the Freightliner eM2 and eCascadia delivered at the end of 2018.
Currently more than 100 FUSO eCanter trucks, with an output of 129 kW and a payload up to 3.5 tons are in customer operations in Japan, the U.S., and European markets.
With a guaranteed range of 100 km, the FUSO eCanter can be charged over night with AC or DC chargers, in as little as 105 minutes with a fast charger.

(Daimler press release on March 14, 2019)

Mar 13, 2019

On March 11, 2019, PT Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian Motors (KTB), an official distributor of Mitsubishi Fuso trucks and buses in Indonesia revealed that following its business performance in 2018, the company targets sales of 55,000 units in 2019, aiming to achieve up to 45% market share and strengthen the position of market leader in the commercial vehicle segment.
In 2018, the market for commercial vehicles showed significant growth, led by Fuso with the acquisition of a market share of 43.9% with 51,132 truck units sold, an increase of 20.8% compared to 2017.
Colt Diesel in the light duty truck  (LDT) segment is still the largest contributor with 45,257 units and  58.1% market share.
The company said the sales target of 55,000 units in 2019 consists of 47,000 units of LDT and 7,000 units of MDT and HDT.

(From an article of Republika on March 11, 2019)

Feb 20, 2019

Daimler Commercial Vehicles Thailand (DCVT) unveiled its future business plan to introduce electrified trucks in Thailand market, after the company recently showcased Fuso eCanter 1.0, the first full-electric truck in Bangkok.
The eCanter 1.0 has a range of 100 kilometers, and its electric powertrain contains six high voltage lithium ion battery packs. This vehicle has already been used commercially in many countries, including Japan, England, and the U.S.
According to DCVT, the parent company plans to start the production of eCanter 2.0 in 2021 and there is possibility that eCanter 2.0 will be made available in Thailand market as well.
The introduction of Fuso electric truck can represent the company’s support on both the next-generation automotive industry in Thailand and the government’s attempt to reduce emission from vehicles, relating to the ongoing PM 2.5 particulate matters in the country.
(From an article of Krungthep Turakij on February 20, 2019 )