Fleet operators and members of the media were given an opportunity to take a close look at the all-electric Nikola One Class 8 tractor when the prototype was unveiled December 1-2 in Salt Lake City, UT.
Trevor Milton introduced Ryder System managers involved in setting up the marketing and distribution system for Nikola One.
Nikola Motor Company is already planning a daycab model named the Nikola Two.
Representatives from Meritor were applauded for their company’s work in developing the Protech independent suspension for Nikola One.
Pictured are the individual electric drive motors and Meritor’s Protech suspension.
Compressed hydrogen for the fuel cell is stored in a battery of tanks behind the cab.
Related story: All-electric Nikola One Class 8 sleeper tractor creating plenty of industry buzz
Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×