Inner-city traffic is all about short distances: From the workshop to the construction site and back. Delivery runs all over the city. Transporters travelling in inner cities usually only cover short distances. The eTGE is the ideal vehicle for this task. Numerous studies have shown a daily average mileage of 60 - 80 km, which the MAN eTGE handles effortlessly.


According to WLTP, the MAN eTGE achieves a range of 110 to 115 km. This value is based on a driving cycle with predominantly high speeds. Depending on other factors, such as route topography or the use of auxiliary consumers, the range can be increased even further. However, there are certain basics that apply to the MAN eTGE as much as for any other electric vehicle: You should always plan for a reserve, since individual driving styles can significantly influence the range.


Heating and air conditioning

Auxiliary consumers

Traffic and driving cycles

Driving style

Topography and charging


The acronym WLTP stands for “Worldwide Light Duty Vehicle Test Procedure”. The new standard for test bench measurements is intended to be valid worldwide. The test conditions for the WLTP are designed in such a way that they reflect real driving conditions as accurately as possible. At the same time, the measurements performed under controlled conditions in the laboratory ensure that it is possible to compare the WLTP data of the vehicles beyond national borders.





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