DAF Trucks to exhibit at EV Live, showcasing its latest electric truck developments


DAF Trucks UK is set to make an appearance at the upcoming EV Live event at Blenheim Palace. The event, scheduled from 7 to 9 July, will exhibit the progress in electric trucks and sustainable transportation solutions in its dedicated Commercial Vehicle section.

EV Live is designed to present the latest electric vehicles and eco-friendly technologies to an audience of industry professionals, enthusiasts, and consumers. In cooperation with headline sponsor Auto Trader, EV Live will provide an extensive overview of electric mobility.

Commercial vehicles will take the spotlight on Friday, July 7th, allowing both the public and the press to delve into the newest developments in this sector. The event will also offer a unique space to experience the functionality of e-cargo bikes, vans, trucks, and buses in a real-world setting. 

Josh Spencer, EV Manager at Ford & Slater, explains: “Ford & Slater are delighted to be supporting the innovative team at DAF during EV Live. We’re ready and eager to answer all and any questions about the electric trucks.” 

During the event, two DAF LF electric trucks will be on display for attendees to observe first-hand. The vehicles exemplify DAF's dedication to promoting electric mobility in the commercial sector, providing an eco-friendly and efficient solution for businesses' transportation requirements. A range of PACCAR chargers will accompany the electric trucks, emphasizing the importance of robust charging infrastructure in the transition towards electric mobility. 

David Price, DAF Electric Sales Specialist at HTC, shared his excitement for the event: "This direct interaction is key to building confidence in this new technology, especially given our customers' high service standards and tight margins. We're thrilled to be on hand to support DAF Trucks at EV Live.”

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