The vehicle will be available with a 77kWh or 88kWh battery, with the latter providing a range (WLTP) of up to 226 miles. The eDeliver 7 will bridge the gap between Maxus’ current eLCV offerings, the smaller eDeliver 3 and big brother, the eDeliver 9.
It can be specified in three size configurations, with a payload of up to 1200Kg. The smallest version (L1H1) offers 5.9 cubic metres of load space and the largest payload. A longer wheelbase (L2H1) provides 6.7 cubic meters of space and up to 1,135Kg. The largest model (L2H2) has a higher roof and 8.7 cubic metres of space and 1,025Kg.
A single electric motor powers the front wheels, delivering 204PS and 330Nm. Maxus says the eDeliver 7 has a 43 minutes charge time for 80% battery charge when using a rapid charger. Pricing will be announced in June 2023 and orders available from August 2023.