E-commercial vehicle: Sevic V500e sales start in Germany

The European manufacturer of electric compact vans Sevic, headquartered in Bochum, is starting sales of the V500e in Germany. The V500e is a compact L7e-CU class electric van ideal for use in urban areas. The vehicle is built in Bulgaria and mostly consists of parts of European origin. Thanks to nearshoring and reshoring, Sevic has access to a stable supply chain and spare parts supply.

Interchangeable load structures – ideal for last mile solutions

A patented so-called Cargo Swap System ensures that the transport bodies can be swapped over quickly. For example, users can switch from a closed transport box to a platform within a few minutes. With the V500e, several vehicles can be combined in one. This makes the V500e particularly attractive where high efficiency and operational reliability are important, while at the same time clearly calculating budgets. This concept is particularly popular in the municipal sector.

The V500e is available with two battery sizes. The smaller battery size with 16.5 kWh and a range of up to 150 km costs 24,900 euros net (plus assembly and transfer), the long-range model with a 33 kWh battery and a range of up to 300 kilometers costs 29,500 euros net plus assembly and transfer available.

Cooperation for maintenance, inspection and repair with G.A.S. network

For security and service, Sevic offers a cooperation with the approximately 570 independent workshops of the G.A.S. network. The new Sevic V500e can be serviced, inspected or repaired anywhere in Germany. Damage management is carried out via the G.A.S. Subsidiary G.A.R. (Global Automotive Repair). Sevic uses a dense and sustainable service network in Germany, consisting of independent locations that are always in the immediate vicinity of the customer. “Reliability and fast service are particularly important in tough commercial and municipal use. Downtime often has serious consequences here. Right from the start, we therefore focused on a high-performance and regionally resilient network of workshops that also already has extensive experience in the field of electric vehicles. The cooperation with the G.A.S. Group is therefore ideal for us for several reasons,” says Sevic Managing Director Alexander Brilis.


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19.04.2022   |  

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