Production of the vehicle will begin in 2022 and will be manufactured alongside the company's Class 1 all-electric Urban Delivery vehicle in Mishawaka, Indiana. - Photo: Chris Brown

Production of the vehicle will begin in 2022 and will be manufactured alongside the company's Class 1 all-electric Urban Delivery vehicle in Mishawaka, Indiana.

Photo: Chris Brown

Electric Last Mile Solutions, Inc. (ELMS) unveiled its medium duty, all-electric Urban Utility vehicle on Aug. 31 at the NAFA Institute and Expo in Pittsburgh.

“The Urban Utility boasts the ultimate combination of customization and connectivity for last mile delivery requiring medium duty vehicles,” said ELMS CEO James Taylor. “This is a major milestone in production as we expand the ELMS portfolio of all-electric commercial vehicles to help our customers to meet – and exceed – their fleet sustainability goals.”

Production for the Urban Utility is expected to begin in 2022. It will be manufactured alongside ELMS’ Class 1 all-electric Urban Delivery, which begins production later this quarter at the company’s facility in Mishawaka, Indiana.

The vehicle was featured on the expo floor at this week's NAFA conference in Pittsburgh, allowing attendees to see it up close. - Photo: Chris Brown

The vehicle was featured on the expo floor at this week's NAFA conference in Pittsburgh, allowing attendees to see it up close.

Photo: Chris Brown

“We couldn’t think of a more ideal place than NAFA to reveal our medium duty, all-electric Urban Utility for the first time,” said ELMS Chief Revenue Officer Ron Feldeisen. “The NAFA Expo brings together the largest contingent of fleet professionals in the country and our customers will have the opportunity to see the vehicle up close.”

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