XL Fleet offers a comprehensive suite of fleet electrification solutions to accelerate your EV transformation.
The XL Hybrid system delivers up to a 25% MPG increase and a 20% reduction in CO2 emissions for Class 2-6 fleets*. Available on major OEM platforms, including Ford, Chevy, GM and Isuzu.
The XL Plug-in system installs seamlessly onto Ford F-150 and F-250 pickup trucks, delivering up to a 50% MPG increase and a 33% reduction in CO2 emissions*. Performance, meet sustainability.
XL Link provides fleets with actionable intelligence on their vehicle electrification metrics and emissions reduction summaries. It also alerts our service team if there's an issue.
XL Grid provides a suite of charging and power solutions to support fleet electrification. It includes EVSE station equipment and data-driven site analysis, as well as onsite solar power, energy storage, and other power solutions.
* Actual MPG may vary based on drive cycle and other factors.
*Approximate cumulative mileage of all XL Fleet-equipped vehicles deployed since 2012. Data provided by on-board XL Link telematics systems.
XL’s award-winning plug-in hybrid electric drive system is now offered on Chevrolet and GMC fleet vehicles. It’s a perfect fit for fleets looking to make immediate progress on sustainability goals.
XL hybrid electric upfits are available on a wide range of Ford/GMC/Isuzu Class 2-6 vehicles. Whether you’re hauling people, tools or freight, XL’s hybrid-upfitted trucks, vans and buses will get you there with less gas, less cost and less impact on the environment.
Demand for hybrid and plug-in hybrid electric fleet vehicles has never been greater, thanks to their ability to deliver immediate sustainability value without today’s battery electric vehicle limitations. They’re not just a bridge to an all-electric future: they’re an accelerating technology to help fleets get there.
All XL systems are Fleet-Ready. That means you’re getting all the financial and sustainability benefits of an electrified drivetrain with none of the performance losses, range concerns, or infrastructure limitations of an all-electric system. Best of all, the OEM warranty stays intact.