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Our first , a sibling vehicle to the new has been revealed! The market β€œis ready for a disruptive new entrant, which will provide the link between out of town distribution centres and city destinations". Read more from here:
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Martin May 31
Not if it’s leccy range the same as your cab . The cab trade watching with interest
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incognito78 May 31
Txe Is costing less than half on fuel of my previous euro6 vito with a 300mile range. Price will be interesting tho, evito is about Β£37k with a pathetic 90mile range(no engine backup) compared to Β£14k for derv(bought in bulk).
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casperlaurence May 31
Congrats on the launch of the next vehicle! Looks good!! 😎
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casperlaurence May 31
Autocar: you again say it has a 1.3 litre petrol engine (you made the same error a number of times in articles about the TXe). It has a 1.5 litre 3 cylinder Volvo engine!
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Neil May 31
So what will take priority on the production line ? Cabs of vans ? As current waiting is upto 12 weeks for the cabs ? Or have you a separate line for the vans?
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Neil May 31
Vans will be ok I guess by thenπŸ€” could be a good thing maybe the costs per units will come down as well and benefit the cab trade?
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@cowell the  Cabbie May 31
How much !
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Neil May 31
Nothing in article about cost
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serkster May 31
100k?
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Matthias Schmidt May 31
hi do you have more information about this? Can't find any on your media page
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Dick Lee - iTRANSFORM - #bEVCurrent May 31
UR Mild Hybrid van major step in right direction (70 miles on Li-on ; 330 miles on 1.5l petrol engine). Sales start Y/E 2019. @ & we encourage U 2 develop a will benefit! TX. . . .
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LEVC May 31
Replying to @auto_schmidt @autocar
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Michael Glassman May 31
This is the start the main objective as we will see our traditional taxi phased out as they will not continue forever selling as a loss in their corporate books. I give them max 5 years when they ditch the TXE leaving those who bought scavenge for replacement parts .
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Vitotaxi Club Mike May 31
In time there will undoubtably be alternative Evehicles with far better E capabilities available from other taxi manufacturers which will then prompt LEVC to improve on their type 1 vehicles = competition is good πŸ‘ but the old cab trade adage β€œnever be firstβ€œ springs to mind.
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Andrew Hurst May 31
Nice one LEVC! Hope to see it at Fully Charged Live
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David May 31
Yes, yes it does πŸ‘. BUT (sharp intake of breath - here we go again) How much is it and how much would a replacement battery pack be? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ‘
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David May 31
Yes, yes it does πŸ‘. BUT (sharp intake of breath - here we go again) How much is it and how much would a replacement battery pack be? πŸ˜‚πŸ‘
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Cliff Mahoney Jun 1
I suppose there will be an MPV (minicab) version that looks like a taxi from the front. Loosing the London taxi its unique status.
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