A Class 3 upfit on display at Mullen’s CES 2024 booth.   -  Photo: Mullen Automotive

A Class 3 upfit on display at Mullen’s CES 2024 booth. 

Photo: Mullen Automotive

Mullen Automotive, an electric vehicle manufacturer, announced the completion of a light-weight service truck body for the All-Electric Mullen THREE, which was developed in collaboration with Phenix Truck Bodies & Van Equipment and Knapheide Manufacturing.

The light-weight body configuration was designed to bring an EV solution for Class 3 service body truck fleets to municipalities and public utilities.

A Class 3 Solution for Public Utilities and Local Municipalities

The Mullen THREE has a range of 125 miles and offers Level 3 DC charge time of 1.5 hrs. The THREE also includes best-in-class turning diameter of 38 ft. Its versatile chassis provides a clean top-of-rail for easy upfitting with bodies up to 14 feet in length and over 5,800 lbs. of payload.

“This Mullen THREE Phenix/Knapheide upfit is a perfect use case for municipalities and utilities who need to transition away from gas and diesel and into electric, especially in states with strong incentives to switch, like California and other CARB states,” said David Michery, CEO and chairman of Mullen Automotive. “Phenix is one of the best upfitters out there and partnering with both Phenix and Knapheide to develop this Class 3 solution opens an important segment for us with public utilities and local municipalities, especially in California.”

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