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Xos Sells More Electric Trucks Than Nikola and Tesla Combined

About the Event

While electric trucks from other manufacturers collect headlines, Xos Electric Trucks have shipped hundreds of Class-5 through 8 trucks to businesses across the country including Fedex, Amazon, and UPS.

  • Xos has the capacity to build 2,000 trucks per year
  • Builds trucks from the ground up on two proprietary platforms
  • Manufactures their own battery packs
  • Has developed their own vehicle integration software
  • Has pioneered a fleet-as-a-service offering that includes charging and fleet management software

Join our webinar with Xos Founder and CEO, Dakota Semler, to learn more about the company’s aggressive growth plans thanks to a team that includes leaders from Tesla, Navistar, Freightliner, Cummins and other electric vehicle and heavy-duty truck manufacturers. 

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