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12 IN VIEW


LEYLAND’S ELECTRIC DRIVE


A new chapter in Leyland’s proud 125-year history of automotive innovation will begin in May.


That’s when Leyland Trucks will start its production of a groundbreaking new ‘zero emission’ vehicle at its Lancashire plant, as the drive to carbon neutrality gathers pace.


 truck of its kind to be built in the UK. Powered by LFP (Lithium Ferro Phosphate) batteries, it can travel up to 175 miles on one charge.


Brennan Gourdie, managing director at Leyland Trucks, says: “This new technology will reduce commercial carbon footprints on a big scale.


“This latest step represents a leap forward and our world-class engineers, many of whom were born and raised on our doorstep in Leyland, are proud to be among those leading


the charge for environmental progress and industry-leading innovation.”


The truck’s batteries can be charged from 20 to 80 per cent in an hour using dedicated fast charge equipment or within six and a half hours using the regular electricity network, so drivers could charge their vehicle at home overnight.


Its energy supply can also power auxiliary equipment such as an electric cooling installation or an electro-hydraulic crane.


That eliminates the need for a separate generator and Leyland says results in a full ‘zero emission’ distribution truck.


Leyland Trucks is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and assembles the full range of DAF commercial vehicles.


The company can trace its roots back to 1896


when The Lancashire Steam Motor Company 


Since 1998, it has been part of PACCAR Inc, a Fortune 500 company and a global leader in the manufacture of commercial vehicles.


This new technology


will reduce commercial carbon footprints on a big scale


The 86-acre Leyland site employs 1,000 people and exports more than a third of its annual production to EU and global markets.


The pioneering BMW iX3 Premier Edition – WhatCar? Best Large Electric SUV 2021 – arrives at Bowker in July 2021.


Combining the pioneering spirit of the X Range with 5th Generation BMW eDrive technology, it delivers superb handling and versatility with an impressive, pure electric range of 279 miles*


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BMW Live Cockpit Professional makes adventuring easy. Two high-resolution displays place live updates and information at your fingertips, allowing you to adapt and react to whatever lies ahead.


For more information or


Bowker Blackburn BMW Trident Park, Blackburn BB1 3NU 01254 274444 www.bowkerblackburnbmw.co.uk


Bowker Preston BMW Channel Way, Preston PR2 2YA 01772 769976 www.bowkerprestonbmw.co.uk


Fuel economy and CO2


BMW Business Partnership POWERING FORWARD.


THE ALL NEW BMW iX3. results for the new BMW iX3: Mpg (0/100km): Not


applicable. Electric energy consumption (weighted combined): 19.5 to 18.5 miles/kWh.CO2


emissions: 0 g/km. Electric range: up to 279 miles.


Figures are for comparison purposes and may not reflect real-life driving results, which depend on a number of factors including the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted (post registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. They were obtained after the battery had been fully charged. The MINI Electric is a battery electric vehicle requiring mains electricity for charging. The electric range was determined according to a new test (WLTP). Only compare fuel consumption, CO2


and electric range figures with other cars tested to


the same technical procedure. *


Provisional, not yet confirmed data, subject to change without notice. to pre-order


your BMW iX3, please contact your local Bowker Centre.


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