With a claimed range of 1,200 miles and massive amounts of emissions-free power, could the Nikola One revolutionize trucking? [Read More]
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The One's hydrogen fuel cell feeds a set of high-density 320-kWh lithium batteries that power the fully electric drivetrain.
To counter that concern, Nikola is planning a string of hydrogen stations across the United States and Canada, with construction beginning in January, 2018.
The One should take an estimated 15-20 minutes per fill-up, and yes, hydrogen-powered cars can use these stations as well.
Still, if the commercial-trucking startup manages to achieve even some of its goals, the Nikola One could very well revolutionize trucking.
Check out our one-on-one interview with Nikola Motor Company CEO Trevor Milton below.
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