Sale of the new MAN eTruck starts
MAN eTGX for long-distance transport, MAN eTGS for distribution
MAN Truck & Bus has launched sales of the first heavy-duty electric truck in its corporate history, marking another milestone in the decarbonisation of freight transport.
With the eMobility Center, MAN laid the foundation for the development of the new MAN eTGX and MAN eTGS high-volume electric trucks at its Munich plant around two years ago and invested heavily in preparations for mixed production of diesel and electric trucks. 50 prototypes have since been built, and around 4,000 employees from production and sales have been trained for the switch to electric mobility. At MAN's Nuremberg site, MAN is investing around €100 million in setting up battery production.