Metro electric commercial vehicle

MetroConvenient multi-purpose transportation vehicle and suitable for city logistics and services

Metro is a unique street-legal light electric commercial vehicle designed for urban scenarios such as intracity delivery and similar services. Cenntro started trial production of Metro in 2017 and has produced more than 3,300 so far. Currently, Metro is mostly sold in Europe, the United States, Japan, Korea, Singapore and Israel.

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Durable Metro’s durability far exceeds the needs and expectations of our end users, ensuring that the vehicle can effectively and economically carry out tasks.
Flexible Its sleek dimensions, short turning radius and generous cargo capacity caters perfectly to the demands of urban logistics.
Intelligent Built-in intelligence leads to more efficient operations and increased safety.
Safe Metro’s advanced, robust components and full vehicle design was repeatedly tested and refined in computer simulation with real-world crash tests to ensure the vehicle’s safety.
Light and Efficient Designed and built from the ground up as an electric vehicle instead of being converted from a gas or diesel vehicle, Metro is light and aerodynamic.
Low Cost Maintenance Metro’s low maintenance costs and operations can be 1/6 the cost of a traditional vehicle in its class.

Metro in the Palm
of Your Hand

  • Real-time vehicle monitoring
  • Intelligent fleet management
  • Controls enabled for safe-speed
  • Vehicle performance data
  • Predict parts replacement schedule
  • Driving performance management for safety
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More than 3,300 Metro vehicles have been delivered to over 26 countries

Metro can be customized into a variety of configurations such as cargo boxes, flatbeds, refrigerated boxes, pickup with racks, etc. Metro’s innovative infrastructure also makes the Metro cargo box an ideal place to advertise your business! View Gallery

Metro Specifications

CLASSLSV (US)L7e (EU)
Basic
Dimensions (LxWxH)145.5x55.1x75 in3695x1400x1905 mm
Cargo Volume127 ft³3.6 m³
Payload Capacity➀1100 lbs.500 kg
Turning Radius157 in4 m
➀ Based on basic box model and normal driving condition.
Performance
Maximum Speed➁35 mph85 km/h
Range109 miles176 km
Grade ability20%
Acceleration0-20 mph under 6s0-30 km/h under 6s
Braking Distance25-0 mph in 25 feet40-0 km/h in 7.5 m
➁ Max Speed is set by state regulation for Neighbor Electric Vehicles, it is 25 mph in most states.
Battery & Motor
Battery TypeLithium-ion
Motor Power24 kW (Maximum)
Operating Voltage86.4 VDC
Chassis
Drive2WD Rear
Tire175/65 R14
Front/Rear Suspension TypeLeaf spring independent suspension / Transverse coil shock independent
Front/Rear Brake TypeFour wheel disc
Standard Features
12-volt Power OutletDome lightOverhead console storageRubber floor mat
AM FM Bluetooth USB stereoElectrical power steeringPassenger vanity mirrorSeat with headrest
Cabin heaterIgnition keyPassenger side mirrorSun visors
Central locking systemLocking cabin doorsPower brakesWindshield defroster
Cup holderOnboard diagnosticsRear view cameraWindshield wiper
Optional
Electric dump bedExtended range battery packsNavigationTelematics
Emergency caution light packageExterior Work LightsRefrigerated cargo box
Extended life and range with lithium battery packLaw enforcement/ Security packageReverse Buzzer
About LSV Low Speed Vehicles
The Metro is classified under North America the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) as a Low Speed Vehicles (LSV). The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) under rule 571.500 Standard No. 500 defines a Low-speed vehicle: 'Low-speed vehicle means a 4-wheeled motor vehicle, other than a truck, whose speed attainable in 1.6 km (1 mile) is more than 32 kilometers per hour (20 miles per hour) and not more than 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour) on a paved level surface.' The NHTSA has ruled that LSV'S can operate on certain roadways, if they meet the 571.500 safety standards and:

A low-speed vehicle may be operated only on streets where the posted speed limit is 35 miles per hour or less. This does not prohibit a low-speed vehicle from crossing a road or street at an intersection where the road or street has a posted speed limit of more than 35 miles per hour.
A low-speed vehicle must be registered and insured and must display a license plate.
Any person operating a low-speed vehicle must have in his or her possession a valid driver's license.

Metro exceeds the NHTSA safety standards, but there are operational guidelines that apply to the use of the Metro in North America. The States are responsible for the enforcement of Motor Vehicle Laws and the LSV regulations as it applies to the use of the Metro on public highways varies by State.
All info shown are based on standard product, actual parameter may vary due to regulation revision & differences in each market.