Biagi Bros. posts pictures of its ten Nikola hydrogen semis

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Simply hours after Nikola introduced that it had accomplished the primary North American deliveries of its hydrogen gasoline cell electrical semi vehicles, Biagi Bros. Logistics took to social media to put up footage of its new fleet of Nikolas. Plural.

Whereas we’ve seen a number of tales about Nikola’s HFCEV semi vehicles in latest weeks, all these footage of vehicles regarded sort of alike. Like, when you have been a NKLA skeptic, they regarded sufficient alike that you would squint and persuade your self that they have been all footage of the identical truck, perhaps.

The Biagi Bros. footage? They’re totally different.

For starters, even if I’ve loved an incredible relationship with each Nikola and Bosch – Nikola’s gasoline cell and drive unit provider – and have even ridden round within the vehicles at plenty of totally different occasions, I’ve by no means seen this many Nikolas vehicles in a single place. Add to that their placing inexperienced and yellow liveries and I believe you’ll agree: it’s a powerful show.

Biagi Bros. Nikola hydrogen vehicles

“In a world that’s rapidly altering, innovation is the muse for progress, development, and sustainability,” stated Stacey Biagi, in a LinkedIn put up. “It doesn’t get extra progressive than zero-emission vehicles.”

For his or her half, the Nikola individuals appear simply as happy with the Biagi Bros.’ new toys as Biagi! “Biagi Bros. representing with 10 new Nikola Company hydrogen gasoline cell electrical vehicles of their ZEV fleet,” posted Dan Passe, Nikola’s head of communications and advertising and marketing. “A tremendous sight and much more superb effort!”

Nikola delivered 35 hydrogen vehicles to sellers in 2023, reserving seven for continued testing and fleet demos (42 in all). Each truck delivered to sellers is spoken for by an finish person, based on Nikola, and a few are already in service.

Electrek’s Take

Peter Johnson did an incredible write-up of Nikola’s year-end deliveries and inventory costs, and you must completely examine that out. This put up is all about the truth that these inexperienced (and, nicely, “inexperienced“) vehicles look the enterprise, and Biagi Bros. drivers are positively going to be turning heads because the drive up and down the California coast.

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