Meijer To Have Electric Semi At Michigan International Auto Show
There is one vehicle that will be at the Michigan International Auto Show at DeVos Place that may steal the show with its size and that it runs on batteries.
Michigan International Auto Show
The Michigan International Auto Show will return to DeVos Place on February 2 through 5, 2023. Car and truck manufacturers from all around the globe will be showing off brand-new cars, trucks, SUVs, high-end sports cars, hybrids, and full-on electric vehicles. If you are in the market for a new vehicle or have plans in the future or you just like automobiles this will be a great opportunity to see and price all the latest technology.
It is always so cool to see the sports cars and automobiles of the future. Still, there will be one vehicle on display that will be bigger than any other at DeVos Place, and I have a feeling this will be a popular display especially if you own a trucking company.
Meijer Is Currently Testing 2 Electric Semi-Trucks
The state of Michigan has all four seasons and that is a good reason for companies who make electric vehicles or technology to test their products here because of the weather conditions.
Meijer owns one of the largest fleets of semi-trucks in the state of Michigan so it only makes sense for them to test the new electric semi-trucks. So far Meijer is field testing 2 electric semi-trucks and hauling loads daily to and from Lansing and Grand Rapids.
A specific charging station has been set up in Lansing while the semis will be used in a 250-mile radius to test out the batteries in cold weather.
Meijer To Display An Electric Semi At Michigan International Auto Show At DeVos Place
If you are heading to the Michigan International Auto Show at DeVos Place and plan on taking pictures, you may want to have your wide-angle setting handy on your phone because Meijer will have one of their electric semi-trucks on display.
Some say this is the best riding semi-truck ever to hit the road. If you don't catch the auto show at DeVos Place, you may see one of these bad boys in action if you ever travel to and from Grand Rapids and Lansing.
Get more of the nuts and bolts of Meijer testing of these electric semi-trucks in the video below.