ZETs deliver fuel & maintenance savings

Drivers love ZETs because they offer responsive steering, superior acceleration, low vibration, easy fueling and a quiet ride. Hear from some drivers below.

With lower maintenance and fueling costs, total ownership cost for ZETs is roughly equal or lower in all examined segments by 2030.

ZETs Deliver Fuel & Maintenance Savings

Fleets want ZETs now and are setting ambitious targets to reach net zero.

By the year 2025, we want to:

  • Increase our carbon efficiency by 50% compared to 2007 levels.
  • Aiming to improve the lives of people right where they live and work, using clean pick-up and delivery solutions for 70% of our first and last mile services, such as bicycles and electric vehicles.
  • Have more than 50% of our sales incorporate Green Solutions. In this way we also make our customers’ supply chains greener.
  • Certify 80% of our employees as GoGreen specialists and get them involved in our environmental and climate protection activities. This includes joining partners to plant one million trees every year to protect our forests.

IKEA has committed to 100 percent zero-emissions home deliveries by 2025

In 2020, UPS committed to purchasing 10,000 electric delivery vans from Arrival.

By 2025, FedEx commits to having 50% of FedEx Express global pickup and delivery (PUD) fleet vehicle purchases will be electric, and by 2030 100% of all PUD purchases will be electric.

Joined several other companies in a call for the widespread adoption of California’s Advanced Clean Trucks rule. After achieving its 2020 target to improve CO2 efficiency of our global logistics network by 40% against a 2010 baseline, Unilever is now planning an additional 40–50% reduction in logistics and distribution emissions over the next decade.

Amazon pledges to make 50% of all shipments net-zero carbon by 2030. The delivery giant will deploy 100,000 custom electric delivery vehicles by 2030.

Anheuser Busch has committed to reducing its carbon emissions across its value chain by 25% by 2025.

Frito-Lay, a snack food division of PepsiCo., has announced that by the end of 2021, it will replace all existing diesel-powered vehicles at its Modesto manufacturing plant in California, with zero-emission or “near-zero-emission” vehicles. Zero-emission vehicles coming to (or already in operation) include BYD forklifts, Peterbilt e220 battery-electric straight rucks, BYD yard trucks and Tesla Semis.

By 2023, NFI will operate the first 100% zero-emission drayage fleet in the U.S. with the deployment of 60 battery-electric tractors; establish the first zero-emission goods movement corridor in the U.S.; develop one of the United States’ largest networks of commercial fleet chargers, including 38 high-capacity DC fast chargers; help establish one of the nation’s first training programs for zero-emission vehicle techs at two community colleges; build the nation’s first heavy-duty electric vehicle maintenance shop.