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Rizon Truck

Website, Design, Digital

2023

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Guess what? UltraSuperNew is the genius behind the website for Daimler Truck's new brand, RIZON! They're bringing fully electric medium-duty trucks to customers in North America. RIZON offers zero-emission trucks and mobility solutions, and they have three model variants: e18L, e16L, and e16M. These medium-duty trucks in Class 4 and Class 5 have impressive ranges. The L variant can go 110 to 160 miles with its three battery packs, while the M variant can cover 75 to 110 miles with its two battery packs. Whether you need a van, a flatbed truck, a landscape waste site solution, or a refrigerated truck, RIZON has got you covered!

But that's not all. RIZON trucks come equipped with advanced passive and active safety systems to protect drivers, passengers, and communities. Thanks to Daimler Truck's safety technology, such as Active Brake Assist and Active Side Guard Assist, drivers can feel safer even in congested urban areas and stop-and-go traffic. So, hop on over to the website designed by UltraSuperNew and discover all the humor and charm of RIZON trucks.

Press.

What's a Rizon? Daimler Truck Has a New All-Electric / https://www.motortrend.com/news/rizon-daimler-electric-medium-duty-commercial-truck-ev/

Daimler launches new EV truck brand for U.S. market / https://www.sae.org/news/2023/05/rizon-ev-brand

Daimler Truck launches Rizon medium-duty electric trucks in the U.S. / https://landline.media/daimler-truck-launches-rizon-medium-duty-electric-trucks-in-the-u-s/