But this electric vehicle is much more badass because it's the world's largest EV—and it's a 110-ton dump truck.
The truck is used to haul lime and marlstone, which contains clay and silt, from the sides of mountains in Switzerland.
Then, the material is transported directly to a cement factory.
But here's the really impressive piece of engineering—this heavy dump truck never needs to be charged.
Here's how it works: The dump truck, itself, weighs 45 tons and ascends a hill at a 13 percent grade, in one scenario.
The dump truck is officially called the Elektro Dumper, but the German manufacturer, Kuhn Schweitz, made life a lot easier by naming it eDumper for short.
Your average dump truck, by contrast, uses between 11,000 and 22,000 gallons of diesel fuel each year. »