Teva Motors says it is building an electric truck that will come with a diesel-powered range extender and will have a 7.5-ton payload. The company is led by Malcolm Power, former vice president of engineering for the Tesla Roadster, and says it’s getting ready to make what it calls a “genuine mass market electric vehicle.”Teva isn’t disclosing a lot of specifics, but does say it has “support” (whatever that means) from UPS as well as a partnership with China’s biggest exporter of diesel trucks. You can see Teva’s press release below.
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