U.S. electric truck maker Nikola Motor unveiled the third version of its hydrogen-powered electric semitrailer truck on Tuesday, which it says will be aimed at European customers.
The Nikola Tre — tre meaning "three" in Norwegian — will be the "first European zero-emission commercial truck," Trevor Milton, the firm's founder and chief executive, said in a statement. Nikola did not reveal a price for the new truck. A Tre prototype will be displayed at the firm's Nikola World event in Phoenix, Arizona in April 2019.
It will come with "redundant braking, redundant steering, redundant 800Vdc batteries and a redundant 120 Kw hydrogen fuel cell, all necessary for true level 5 autonomy," Milton added.