It's a pretty slick truck, right? And it's fully electric.

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
1
of 13

The Mercedes-Benz Urban eTruck is heading out to a lucky few owners, who will put it through its paces for a year.

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
2
of 13

The results of that yearlong pilot program will go toward improving the truck ahead of a proper rollout before 2020.

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
3
of 13

It features three lithium-ion battery modules, which combine to provide about 124 miles of range.

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
4
of 13

That's enough for most urban delivery routes for a truck of this size.

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
5
of 13

Its maximum payload is about 28,000 pounds.

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
6
of 13

It's pretty futuristic for a truck, don't you think?

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
7
of 13

It'll be available in box, refrigerated and platform variants.

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
8
of 13

The interior is pretty straightforward, as far as trucks go.

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
9
of 13

Long-haul electric trucks are still a ways off, but this is a hell of a start. Click or swipe through for more pics from Mercedes.

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
10
of 13
Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
11
of 13
Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
12
of 13
Published: / Caption: / Photo: Mercedes-Benz / Read the article
13
of 13
Up Next

2019 Mercedes-AMG GT S Roadster is 515 horsepower of wind-in-your-hair fun