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All-new LDV eDeliver 7 - doesn’t cost the Earth


As businesses look to build sustainable fleets, electric vehicles are required to provide capability, comfort and value in a package that’s both commercially and economically viable – welcome to the all-new eDeliver 7, a fully-electric mid-size van from LDV, one of Australia’s leading commercial EV brands.Aimed squarely at sole traders, SMEs, transport companies and corporate fleets who want to reduce their environmental footprint, the eDeliver 7 delivers for Australian businesses thanks to whisper quiet progress, reduced maintenance costs, zero battery impact on cargo space and, critically, price.The all-new eDeliver 7 is LDV’s fourth electric vehicle, alongside the eDeliver 9 large van, Australia’s first electric ute, the eT60, and the MIFA 9 electric people mover.These well-earned EV hard yards have allowed LDV to develop one of the largest EV ready dealer networks in Australia, and nurture firm relationships with companies that are committed to a more sustainable corporate fleet.Much like its EV siblings, the all-new eDeliver 7 demands no compromise from an operational perspective and continues to deliver exactly what’s needed from a commercial vehicle: range, features, price and ease of ownership.Four electric variants make up the eDeliver 7 range: a short wheelbase low roof; long wheelbase low roof model, available with either 77kWh or 88kWh batteries; and a long wheelbase high roof available with an 88kWh battery only. All are available to order in white, blue or black.The all-new eDeliver 7 has redefined the boxy appearance of many white vans with its new futuristic face. Its distinctive and design-lead front grille with dusk-sensing LEDs portray the streamlined look of an EV while also serving as the larger air intake required to cool any later ICE variants.LED rear tail-lights, rear barn doors with two-stage opening, and a single sliding side door complete the sleek aesthetic.All-new eDeliver 7s have strong powertrain capabilities, thanks to batteries built in a joint venture between SAIC and China’s largest battery maker, CATL. The standard 77kWh battery can achieve a pure electric range of up to 318kms on the SWB low roof model and will take approximately 8hrs to charge on an 11kW AC home charger (5-100%), or approximately 43mins to charge from 20-80% on a rapid DC charger.

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