PSE selected XL’s fleet electrification technology for its 40 new cleaner and more fuel-efficient Ford Transit utility vans, which hit the streets earlier this year.
XL provides hybrid electric school buses with 25 percent higher MPG and 20 percent lower CO2 emissions.
Company announces rebrand from XL Hybrids to XL to better reflect expanding lineup of plug-in fleet electrification offerings.
Commercial fleet electrification leader to showcase three electrified Ford pickup trucks and moderate panel on vehicle electrification technologies.
Fleet managers can now order XL Hybrids-Unfitted vans and cutaways, including new 4.3-liter models.
PHEV Ford pickup trucks join other Ford and General Motors vans and trucks in XL Hybrids’ vehicle lineup with CARB approval.
Verizon has replaced 234 gas-powered vans in its New York City fleet with new vans featuring XL Hybrids technology.
The latest funding will allow the company to accelerate growth by expanding its team and facilities, growing its product portfolio of hybrid electric and plug-in vehicle solutions, and investing in additional proprietary technical solutions.
XL Hybrids has adapted its XL3 technology for Ford F-250 trucks based on demand from fleet customers who are seeking even better fuel efficiency from Ford’s popular three-quarter-ton work trucks. This will be the first time that Ford F-250 trucks can be ordered by fleet customers with hybrid-electric drive technology.
The State of Massachusetts placed this new order after seeing successful results from past vehicle conversions by XL Hybrids for the DCR and Environmental Police vehicles. Those vehicle upfits, which are on a mix of Ford Transit vans, Ford E-Series Cutaways and Chevy Express vans, have saved 650 gallons of gas to date and the agencies expect to save nearly 82,000 gallons over the life of the systems.