REE Automotive unveils P7-C chassis cab

The P7-C has a high cab roof to allow the driver to stand and move around inside it
(Courtesy of REE Automotive)

Automotive technology company and EV platforms provider REE Automotive has unveiled the P7-C, a Class 4 chassis cab design built on REE’s P7 modular electric platform.

The P7 is aimed at vehicle classes 3-5, and as well as the P7-C, the P7 line-up includes the P7-B box truck and the P7-S stripped chassis. The line-up is powered by REEcorners x-by-wire technology.

The configurations have a maximum range of 150 miles, up to 7000 lb payload, a gross vehicle weight rating of up to 16,000 lb, a 24 in platform height and a 39 ft turning circle.

The interior of the P7-C includes a 13 in centre screen, along with a high cab roof and low floor to allow the driver to stand and move about the cab.

The P7-S can accommodate multiple EV-specific top-hat designs, from Proxima by EAVX and Morgan Olson, to REE’s driver-centric cab, along with pre-existing cabins from OEMs.

The P7-B has a common cab design with the P7-C, and targets the Class 3 last-mile segment for commercial fleets and rental companies.

All P7 configurations are available to order, with initial deliveries scheduled to begin towards the end of this year.