Daimler will soon begin to release its electric semi-trucks, with the first two being ready for delivery. However, these models will not be the final version, they will be used as a piece of the Innovation Fleet. On the other hand, the trucks will begin to be used in August, by two notable organizations which are Penske as well as NFI.
Daimler's semi-electric trucks are titled the eCascadia, and they have a range of approximately 250 miles. The Innovation Fleet is intending to gather more information on the truck, as some aspects are not quite known yet. For example, the battery life is not yet known by the company. Daimler is using the initial trucks to determine how ready the first-generation of trucks are, and what changes may need to be made.