Leading electric commercial vehicle manufacturer and services provider Volta Trucks has revealed the details of its first customer Studio and headquarter building in Paris, as it prepares for the first full-electric Volta Zero commercial vehicles to start operating on the city’s streets by the end of the year. The ‘Volta Trucks Studio’ in Paris is the first of many in-market headquarter offices where the company will operate its commercial operations and welcome customers during the sales process. The Studio experience will be educational, informative and also displaying the essence of the Volta Trucks brand.The ‘Volta Trucks Studio’ is on the historic Rue Edouard VII, off the Boulevard des Capucines in the 9th Arrondissement of Paris, linking the Madeleine and Opera districts. The central facility is perfectly located amongst offices, shops, homes, restaurants, hotels and theatres, and near where many of the company’s customers will live and work.The ‘Volta Trucks Studio’ concept complements the recently announced ‘Volta Trucks Hub’ facility that will deliver its Truck as a Service maintenance and aftersales operations, as well as hosting admin offices, a Volta Trucks Academy training centre and a Call Centre that will provide the interface between customers and the company’s team of technical and commercial experts, 24/7/365. The recently announced ‘Volta Trucks Hub’ in Paris is in Bonneuil-sur-Marne, to the south-east of Paris, and will serve the important logistics centres of Rungis, Orly, Créteil and Bonneuil-sur-Marne, where Volta Trucks’ customers have distribution warehouses.Paris is one of two EU launch markets for Volta Trucks, as well as London. Under current legislation, diesel engine vehicles will be banned from operating in Paris from 2024 as all French cities of more than 150,000 residents adopt new Low Emissions Zones. The Volta Zero is the world’s first purpose-built full-electric 16-tonne vehicle designed for urban logistics, reducing the environmental impact of freight deliveries in city centres. Designed from the ground up with an operating pure-electric range of 150 – 200 kilometers miles, the Volta Zero will eliminate an estimated 1.2M tonnes of CO2 by 2025.