Toyota Second-Gen EV 79 Series-based ZED70 Ti LandCruiser
The second generation zero-emissions ZED70 Ti is a tough, light electric commercial vehicle available for the mining industry.
Based on the Toyota LandCruiser 79 Series, the model comes with five years of development in harsh underground conditions. The vehicle features 50% more power, with fast charging in less than 25 minutes, according to the company.
The design features ZERO’s HEPS (Hazardous Environment Protection System) underbody armour protection, which will help to increase the longevity and safety of the vehicle’s chassis in underground applications. HEPS will also be available as an upgrade for current diesel-powered vehicles.
Under the bonnet, the ZED70 Ti features a Toshiba 60 kWh Lithium Titanate Oxide (LTO) drive battery, which according to the company retains over 70% capacity after 20,000 full-use cycles.
The architecture features 22 kW Level 2 onboard fast charging and is enabled for Level 3 DC ultra-fast charging.
The three-phase asynchronous electric motor is complete with regenerative braking, with a peak power of 200 kW and a peak torque of 1200 Nm.
With a focus on safety, the system features an isolator switch, manual service disconnect, a full battery management system, automatic electrical isolating contactors, multiple mechanical HV isolators, fast-acting fusible links, an insulation monitoring device and an e-brake.
All important functions of the vehicle can be monitored by the GeoTab telematics platform.
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