Electric Assisted Vehicles (EAV) Limited release image of new game-changing ‘LINCS’ mid-mile urban transport vehicle

New zero-emissions vehicle set to look at commercial fleets in a different way

By
Ian Osborne
July 21, 2021
Category:
EV Life

Electric Assisted Vehicles (EAV) have released an image of their new game-changing ‘LINCS’ mid-mile urban transport vehicle. The Oxford-based sustainable transport manufacturers new zero-emissions vehicle is a British designed and engineered modular multipurpose lightweight vehicle.

The new LINCS vehicle is designed to provide urban light commercial van capability and is linked to EAV’s eCargo vehicles. Currently, EAV’s eCargo vehicle has been used by Asda, Ford’s Spin and Ocado.

Adam Barmby, CEO and founder of EAV, said: “Positive disruption is needed right now. The electrification of current fleets simply isn’t any kind of real solution.  We’ve comprehensively analysed the inefficiencies in the current transportation of goods and people.  

“We’re now developing clean sheet products to both counter and replace legacy products and operations and, in doing so, enable rapid positive change. Ultimately, we’re disruptively transforming transport culture through fresh British innovation. We’ll reveal more of LINCS, its customers and partners on the 26 July.”

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