£43.7m raise for off-road trucks & motorbikes.

The government has disclosed a new £43.7 million joint industry and government financing to help the construction of green auto technology, as well as electric motorbikes and off-road trucks that could be very useful.

The projects that will benefit from the funding have electric motorcycles and an all-terrain, 4×4 electric delivery truck.

The Project Zero Emission Norton focuses on production of an electric motorbike with a high level of race performance, and the OX Delivers CLEAN initiative will show the development of an all-terrain electric delivery truck that can tolerate difficult off-road conditions by using long-life, lower priced batteries.

The projects are estimated to guarantee over 550 jobs and save 27.6 million tonnes of carbon dioxide.

Minister for Investment Lord Grimstone announced: “Supporting these strategically important technologies lays the path for our electric vehicle sector to compete on a global scale, driving jobs & growth nationwide whilst also creating cleaner, more sustainable modes of transport.”

£43.7m raise for off-road trucks & motorbikes.

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