LEVC signs up Modul-System as first VN5 conversion partner​

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LEVC has appointed van racking specialist Modul-System as the first official converter for its VN5 range-extender plug-in hybrid, which is now on sale.

Modul-System will provide a range of bespoke, custom racking solutions for the VN5 range-extender plug-in hybrid van

Modul-System will support LEVC across multiple key European markets, providing a range of bespoke, custom racking solutions. It’s already sorted conversions for LEVC’s VN5 prototype ‘trial fleet’ of converted TX taxis that are being used by range of major fleets, from BT Group to Kier Group, Royal Mail and DPD. In total, more than 25 business partners in total are taking part in the trials.

The partnership comes as LEVC starts official VN5 production at its manufacturing facility in Ansty, Coventry. The VN5 is based on the same architecture and eCity range-extender technology as LEVC’s TX taxi and can achieve a pure EV range of over 60 miles (98km) and a total range of 304 miles (489km).

Joerg Hofmann, LEVC CEO, commented: ​“We are pleased to announce Modul-System as our first official conversion partner for VN5. Recognised as one of the most reputable converters and manufacturers of custom racking, Modul-System will create bespoke solutions for VN5, tailoring the vehicle to the specific needs and requirements of our customers. From logistics and telecommunications to food refrigeration and utilities, VN5 is well suited to a wide range of sectors.”​

The launch of the new van is also being supported by LEVC’s growing international dealer network, which will have more than 50 locations in the UK by the end of this year – the brand says that customers will never be further than a 45-minute drive time to an authorised LEVC service point.

Across Continental Europe, more than 30 sales and service partners will be in place by the end of this year.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news - or gossip.