The new generation Terberg YT193/YT223 Yard/Terminal Tractors are even more durable and easier to service and update. Operators experience the highest level of comfort and ergonomics.
The new YT is extremely robust and durable. It has been tested extensively in test labs and on the test track. The chassis is anti-corrosion hot dip galvanized.
The cab has been completely redesigned. New fingertip controls are positioned directly next to the seat. The cabin suspension is particularly comfortable and similar to that used in road trucks.
The accessbility of mechanical and electrical components throughout the vehicle has greatly improved. The dashboard can be removed and refitted within minutes. Also repair is more efficient. Covers, bumpers and windows are easy to replace.
The optional Terberg Connect tractor telematics facilitates proactive maintenance to increase uptime.
Benefit from high performance, extended range, flexiblity in battery options and worldwide use in warm and cold climates.
The electric motor performance is comparable to that of a diesel engine. You can choose from a number of battery capacity combinations up to 222 kWh, so you can select the option best suited for your operations.
Additionally, the new battery technology, featuring a thermal management system (TMS), has an extended temperature range and thus can be used worldwide in both very cold and warm climates.
The new batteries have been thoroughly tested and certified to the ECE-R100 rev. 2 regulation. The universal charging connector complies with the CCS2.0 automotive standard.
The EV drive has regenerative braking to reduce the energy consumption. The EV system has fewer moving parts than a diesel engine and the previous EV generation, resulting in low maintenance costs.
Terberg Connect telematics is included as standard and provides remote monitoring of the status and performance of each vehicle. The YT203-EV is also available as "drive by wire" AutoTUG tractor platform.
* Additional measures may be required in extreme temperatures.
A prototype of the Terberg YT203EV Autonomous electric tractor left the workshop in Benschop, the Netherlands, for further development in France by EasyMile.
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