Mullen Automotive has delivered 130 more Mullen One cargo vans, Class 1, to Randy Marion Automotive Group. Now 230 of a 1,000-van order have been delivered.  -  Photo: Mullen Automotive

Mullen Automotive has delivered 130 more Mullen One cargo vans, Class 1, to Randy Marion Automotive Group. Now 230 of a 1,000-van order have been delivered.

Photo: Mullen Automotive

Mullen Automotive has delivered 130 additional Class 1 EV cargo vans to Randy Marion Automotive Group (RMA), fulfilling more than $4.4 million of a $7.7-million order, and has extended its EV footprint into the Dominican Republic and Caribbean markets with its Campus EV Cargo Vans.

Mullen Continues to Deliver on 1,000-EV Order

To date, the company has delivered 230 Mullen One Class 1 cargo vans to RMA with a total invoiced amount of $7,736,150 as part of the initial 1,000 vehicle purchase order.  

The Mullen One is produced in Tunica, Mississippi, which is also the commercial vehicle assembly location for the Mullen Three, a Class 3 EV cab chassis truck.

“The Mullen One is a great EV alternative for many of our customers and we continue to see strong demand and interest across the board,” said Brad Sigmon, fleet vice president at Randy Marion Automotive.

Mullen One Class 1 Urban Delivery EV Cargo Van

The Mullen One, according to the company, was designed for last-mile delivery, with what Mullen said is best-in-class cargo volume, payload, and turning diameter.

Mullen One features, according to the company, include:

  • 110-mile estimated range 
  • 4,881 lbs. GVWR 
  • 1,683 lbs. max payload 
  • 157-cubic-feet cargo volume 
  • 20-foot turning radius 

Mullen Campus EV Cargo Vans Available in the Caribbean and Dominican Republic

Grupo Cavel has agreed to purchase Mullen Campus EV cargo vans for sale in the Dominican Republic and Caribbean markets via Cavel’s Electric Motors dealerships. Mullen’s Campus EV cargo vans are currently distributed through Mullen’s retail dealership partner, Randy Marion Automotive Group, which is based in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Grupo Cavel’s first vehicle order includes 20 Campus EV cargo vans, which will be sold via its Electric Motors dealership group. Mullen said Cavel plans to continue ongoing vehicle orders and will be establishing a sales and service distribution channel for Mullen’s lineup of commercial EVs in the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean.

The Dominican Republic is a leading country among Latin American countries with the most electric vehicles per capita, according to Mullen.

“Our commitment to electric vehicles began with the introduction of the first electric motorcycles in the Dominican Republic, which grew into offering five brands through our Electric Motors dealerships,” said Joel Tavarez, CEO of Grupo Cavel, the parent company of Electric Motors. “The Mullen EVs establish a new level of quality among commercial vehicles, and we are confident they will excel in the Dominican Republic and the broader region.”

David Michery, CEO and chairman of Mullen Automotive, said this deal opens the door to a new market in the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean, where the warm weather also provides a near-perfect operating environment for EVs.

The Mullen Campus, according to the company, is a highly efficient electric van designed for low-speed, closed-campus use. The fully battery-operated vehicle will be used for closed-campus transportation.

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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