Freightliner started testing a fleet of electric trucks in 2018, and over 750,000 miles later, the eCascadia and eM2 are entering production in 2022. The eCascadia is a full-size semi-truck with a day cab configuration, while the chassis cab eM2 is a commercial box truck-type hauler. The eCascadia is available in either single or dual motor configurations, with power figures from 360 to 525 horsepower and up to 23,000 lb-ft of torque. The single-motor eM2 comes in 180 or 300 horsepower versions. Charging times range from 90 minutes to 80% for the eCascadia and a slightly faster 70 minute time to 80% for the eM2, with a total range of 250 and 230 miles respectively. Pricing hasn't been announced, but Freightliner is taking orders now.