After the launch, the platform will gradually expand the content to commit to Japan's target to realize carbon neutrality by 2050, and DX (digital transformation).  -  Photo: EVNION | Work Truck

After the launch, the platform will gradually expand the content to commit to Japan's target to realize carbon neutrality by 2050, and DX (digital transformation).

Photo: EVNION | Work Truck

Mitsubishi Corporation, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation, and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation plan to create a new company called EVNION Inc. in June 2024. The company will operate an online platform that offers one-stop services related to electric vehicles (EV). 

EVNION will operate a unique online platform EVNION PLACE that offers comprehensive EV-related services to customers in Japan, regardless of brand and whether it is a commercial vehicle or a passenger car. The platform is planned to be launched in August 2024.

The establishment of EVNION is subject to regulatory clearances from the relevant authorities.

What is EVNION and What Can Fleets Expect?

As EVs gain increasing attention from vehicle buyers who are considering their contribution towards a decarbonized society, the three companies decided to establish EVNION to easily provie relevant information and services to more fleets and EV drivers. 

The platform's Marketplace services range from charging equipment for EVs, power supply contracts and energy management, to charging solutions for supporting introduction and operation of EVs and consulting services for decarbonization. 

Additionally, the platform will also provide EV-related news and useful information when introducing and operating EVs. Customers transitioning from conventional vehicles to EVs face various changes and have many questions, and this platform, with its integration of all necessary information and services, will certainly assist them in their journey. 

After the launch, the platform will gradually expand the content to commit to Japan's target to realize carbon neutrality by 2050, and DX (digital transformation).

Editor's note: Our original copy incorrectly noted the eCanter as available in the U.S., it is not available for U.S. fleets as of publication. 

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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