PepsiCo receives license to install Tesla Semi Megacharger for electric tractors

PepsiCo, better known as beverage maker Pepsi, recently announced that they will switch to Tesla Semi trucks and tractors, which are 100% electric. The vehicles are scheduled to be picked up in Q4 2021, and before they can be delivered, they must be licensed to install a charger on their vehicles. Permission to install successfully.

According to a report released by Teslarati, PepsiCo received formal approval for the installation of the Tesla Semi Megacharger on November 22 by the County Planning of California. It has been scrutinized over the past several months that all plans and arrangements are safe, with solar panels and spare batteries installed, Tesla’s side is likely to deliver. Electric tractors for Pepsi in the coming December.

And this will be an important step for the US transportation system to switch to 100% electric tractors, and the two companies will still need to exchange information to develop the vehicle to be the most powerful and suitable for use. transport as much as possible To be a pilot for various major companies to realize the importance of electric cars to increase that.

Source: insideevs

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