Mullen Three EV truck earns CARB certification

Mullen Three EV truck earns CARB certification

CARB certification may make the truck eligible for EV incentive programs, the manufacturer notes.

Mullen announced that its Mullen Three Class 3 all-electric truck has received certification from the California Air Resources Board (CARB). Having received credentials from CARB and the EPA, Mullen can now sell both the Mullen One and Three in every state throughout the U.S., and Washington, D.C.

The Mullen Three has an MSRP of $68,500, but Mullen says CARB certification may make it and the Mullen One eligible for EV incentive programs, which vary by state, along with federal tax credits.

“CARB approval accelerates commercialization of the Mullen THREE and makes our vehicle even more appealing to customers who want to electrify their fleets,” said David Michery, chief executive officer and chairman of Mullen Automotive.

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