Chevrolet 6500XD Low Cab Forward
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LightningElectric Zero Emission Class 6 Low Cab Forward
The LightningElectric Class 6 Low Cab Forward truck is equipped with a sophisticated electric drivetrain which provides a quiet, smooth and familiar driving experience. The generous payload capacity makes this vehicle perfect for urban logistics and deliveries.
Active thermal management of the batteries ensures the best range, the best efficiency and longest operational lifetime. Available in ranges from 66 miles to 130 miles, this truck delivers practical, reliable service while producing zero emissions on the road. DC Fast Charge provides the fastest charging available.
- Battery-electric vehicle
- Fast, smooth, and quiet
- Installation, maintenance, and service performed by Ford QVM partners and Ford dealers
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|Base Chassis||Chevrolet 6500XD Low Cab Forward|
|Minimum Wheelbase||212 in|
|Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE)||DC Fast Charge (up to 50 kW) with J1772 CCS-1 Combo|
|All Electric Range*||66 miles||88 miles||110 miles||130 miles|
|Battery Capacity||96 kWh||128 kWh||160 kWh||192 kWh|
|Charge Time||1.75 hour (DC Fast Charge)||2.25 hour (DC Fast Charge)||2.75 hour (DC Fast Charge)||3.5 hour (DC Fast Charge)|
|Payload and Passenger Capacity**||14,000 lbs|
|Maximum Speed||65 mph (electronically limited)|
|Peak Power||295 HP (220 kW)|
|Torque Rating (after transmission)||1823 lb-ft (2371 Nm) in 1st gear|
516 lb-ft (700 Nm) in 2nd gear
|Warranty||EV Conversion: Lightning Systems standard warranty|
(Powertrain and battery 5 year / 60,000 miles)
|Analytics||• Preventive Maintenance • Range Analysis • Driver Behavior|
* All-electric range can vary depending on route or drivecycle, environmental conditions, vehicle or equipment configurations, and driver behavior.
** Payload and Passenger capacity can vary and greatly depend on vehicle wheelbase, seating configuration, and other characteristics or features as delivered by the OEM or chassis manufacturer. Equipment added to the base chassis by aftermarket upfitters or equipment installers could also affect Payload and Passenger Capacity.