LDV eDeliver 7 all the details

LDV eDeliver 7 electric work van details

LDV eDeliver 7 – As businesses look to build sustainable fleets, electric vehicles are required to provide capability, comfort and value in a package that’s both commercially and economically viable.

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof charging Welcome to the all-new eDeliver 7, a fully-electric mid-size van from LDV, one of Australia’s leading commercial EV brands.

  • ABN pricing from$59,990^
  • Up to 362km range*; Capped Price Servicing~ available
  • LDV is leading the charge of commercial EV vehicles in Australia

Aimed squarely at sole traders, SMEs, transport companies and corporate fleets who want to reduce their environmental footprint, the eDeliver 7 delivers for Australian businesses thanks to whisper quiet progress, reduced maintenance costs, zero battery impact on cargo space and, critically, price.

“With the all-new eDeliver 7, LDV set out to overcome the challenge of creating a commercially viable electric van for Australia,” says Dinesh Chinnappa, LDV General Manager.

“We have observed the success of aggressively priced, feature-packed passenger EVs that have arrived in the Australian market recently and have worked relentlessly with our partners in China to achieve the same outcome in our next commercial EV.

“The result has outdone even our expectations. In the all-new eDeliver 7, LDV has developed an electric van that can not only challenge the strongest competitors in terms of driving experience, safety, functionality and a commitment to reduced emissions, but do so at a price that reduces the cost of EV entry for businesses across Australia. Put simply, here is a mid-size van that doesn’t cost the earth.”

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof central screen infotainment 3

LDV Electric vehicles

The all-new eDeliver 7 is LDV’s fourth electric vehicle, alongside the eDeliver 9 large van, Australia’s first electric ute, the eT60, and the MIFA 9 electric people mover.

These well-earned EV hard yards have allowed LDV to develop one of the largest EV ready dealer networks in Australia, and nurture firm relationships with companies that are committed to a more sustainable corporate fleet.

Much like its EV siblings, the all-new eDeliver 7 demands no compromise from an operational perspective and continues to deliver exactly what’s needed from a commercial vehicle: range, features, price and ease of ownership.

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof front seats 1

LDV eDeliver 7 Design 

Four electric variants make up the eDeliver 7 range: a short wheelbase low roof; long wheelbase low roof model, available with either 77kWh or 88kWh batteries; and a long wheelbase high roof available with an 88kWh battery only. All are available to order in white, blue or black.

The all-new eDeliver 7 has redefined the boxy appearance of many white vans with its new futuristic face. Its distinctive and design-lead front grille with dusk-sensing LEDs portray the streamlined look of an EV while also serving as the larger air intake required to cool any later ICE variants.

LED rear tail-lights, rear barn doors with two-stage opening, and a single sliding side door complete the sleek aesthetic.

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof front seats 2

LDV eDeliver 7 Powertrains 

All-new eDeliver 7s have strong powertrain capabilities, thanks to batteries built in a joint venture between SAIC and China’s largest battery maker, CATL.

The standard 77kWh battery can achieve a pure electric range of up to 318kms* on the SWB low roof model and will take approximately 8hrs to charge on an 11kW AC home charger (5-100%), or approximately 43mins to charge from 20-80% on a rapid DC charger.**

The extended range 88kWh battery has a WLTP range of up to 362kms* on the low roof model, and will take approximately 9.3hrs to charge on an 11kW AC home charger (5-100%) – or approximately 43mins via a rapid DC charger (20-80%).** The battery powers an electric motor that drives the front wheels and delivers 150kW of power and an instantaneous 330Nm of torque.

The eDeliver 7 also comes with three power modes – Normal, Eco and Power. Depending on driver requirements, Eco mode can be selected to limit maximum speed to 90km/h and minimise power consumption when needed.

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof central screen

LDV eDeliver 7 Safety

Fleet operators expect and demand a vehicle to meet their needs across a broad spectrum of requirements, and LDV is confident that the all-new eDeliver 7 will meet the needs and expectations of the market.

Standard safety and driver assistance highlights include: Autonomous Emergency Braking; Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go; Front Collision Warning; Emergency Lane Keep Assist and Lane Change Assist; Blind Spot Monitoring; Front & Rear Parking Sensors; and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.

A full list of Safety, Security and Driver Assistance details can be found in the specification sheet accompanying this press release.

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof central screen

LDV eDeliver 7 Practicality

The interior cabin of the all-new eDeliver 7 deploys similar design cues from its larger sibling eDeliver 9, with enhanced comfort features including heated steering wheel, fully-adjustable driver’s seat (height, slide, recline, lumbar support and driver’s armrest), keyless entry-keyless start, and a 12.3” touchscreen display loaded with Apple Car Play and Android Auto.

There are practical improvements at the rear as well. The 90°/180° rear doors can be fixed in place while the vehicle is on an incline to prevent them from being blown shut, and as with all LDV vans, eDeliver 7 comes standard with non-slip rubber flooring, a key safety requirement for fleet owners.

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof rear cargo area 1

Cargo volume across the models range from 5.9m3 in the short wheelbase low roof, 6.7 m3 in the long-wheelbase low roof model and 8.7m3 in the long wheelbase high roof variant. Each comes with six tie-down points in the cargo area, single sliding door on the passenger side, and LED rear cargo lighting. Braked towing capacity is 1,500kg.

Pricing for the all-new LDV eDeliver 7 is sharp. With the appropriate ABN, the 77kWh SWB low roof model starts at just $59,990 rising to $61,990 for the LWB variant, both excluding on-road costs. The 88kWh LWB low roof variant is $64,990 excluding on-roads for ABN holders, rising to $66,990 excluding on roads for ABN holders for the LWB high roof.

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof rear cargo area side door

Ownership costs

Every new LDV eDeliver 7 comes with a comprehensive 5yrs/160,000km (whichever comes first) new car warranty, 8-year/250,000km (whichever comes first) battery warranty and 5-year/unlimited kilometres Roadside Assistance.

LDV has also addressed the cost of ownership and scheduled servicing with the introduction of Capped Price Servicing~ on the eDeliver 7, following extensive consultation with a number of our largest courier and delivery fleet customers.

All-new eDeliver 7 customers can take advantage of the Capped Price Servicing~ programme which covers scheduled servicing for 6-years / 90,000km (whichever comes first) and costs just $1,166.10.

LDV eDeliver 7 Model details

ModelSWB Low RoofLWB Low RoofLWB Low RoofLWB High Roof
Battery77kWh lithium ion77kWh lithium ion88kWh lithium ion88kWh lithium ion
 Range (WLTP)*Up to 318kmUp to 310kmUp to 362kmUp to 328km
Dimensions (LxWxH)4998 x 2323 x 19905364 x 2323 x 19905364 x 2323 x 19905364 x 2323 x 2390
AC charging


Approx 8hrs


Approx 8hrs


Approx 9.3hrs


Approx 9.3hrs


DC charging **Approx 43mins (20-80%)Approx 43mins (20-80%)Approx 43mins (20-80%)Approx 43mins (20-80%)
DC charger capacity78kW78kW90kW90kW
Load volume5.9m36.7m36.7m38.7m3
Pay load1,350kg1,285kg1,205kg1,175kg
Max power150kW150kW150kW150kW
Max torque330Nm330Nm330Nm330Nm
DriveFront wheel driveFront wheel driveFront wheel driveFront wheel drive
ABN price excl on-roads^  $59,990$61,990$64,990$66,990
Warranty5yrs/160,000kms, whichever comes first, (vehicle); 8yrs/250,000km, whichever comes first, (battery)5yrs/160,000kms, whichever comes first, (vehicle); 8yrs/250,000km, whichever comes first, (battery)5yrs/160,000kms, whichever comes first, (vehicle); 8yrs/250,000km, whichever comes first, (battery)5yrs/160,000kms, whichever comes first, (vehicle); 8yrs/250,000km, whichever comes first, (battery)
Servicing2-years/30,000km (whichever comes first)



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Last thoughts

“We believe the all-new eDeliver 7 is one of the most competitive commercial EVs on the market today,” concludes LDV General Manager Dinesh Chinnappa.

“The combination of pure electric powertrains with sufficient range for the vast majority of customer requirements, a suite of ADAS features, huge payloads, sharp ABN pricing and capped price servicing all combine to deliver a compelling commercial offering for SMEs and fleet operators committed to greener transport solutions. The all-new eDeliver 7 is proof that commercial EVs don’t have to cost the earth.”

The all-new eDeliver 7 electric van is on sale now. Please visit https://www.ldvautomotive.com.au/ for more information.

LDV eDeliver 7 SWB Low Roof rear

All the footnote crap that the legal people love

*Range figure is based on WLTP (Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedure) static laboratory combined average city and highway cycle test. Figures stated for the purposes of comparison amongst vehicles tested to the same technical procedures only. Actual real world driving results will vary depending on a combination of driving style, type of journey, vehicle configuration, battery age and condition, use of vehicle features (such as heating and air conditioning), as well as operating, environmental and climate conditions. The rated range displayed on the Energy Consumption label affixed to the car is calculated according to the ADR 81/02 NEDC based standard as defined by UNECE R101/01 (rather than the WLTP), so the range displayed on the label is different to that shown here.

**Charging times may vary based on factors including but not limited to charger type and condition, battery temperature, electricity supply, auxiliary consumables (e.g. air-conditioning) and environmental conditions. The time taken for successive rapid charging can take longer if the battery temperature activates the battery safeguarding technology. Please note that using a portable Mode 2 Charger from a regular 3-pin wall socket will not charge your electric vehicle battery at temperatures less than approximately 8 degrees Celsius or higher than approximately 30 degrees Celsius.

^ABN price excluding on-roads

~Capped Price Servicing terms, conditions and exclusions at https://www.ldvautomotive.com.au/vehicles/ldv-edeliver-7/

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Rob Fraser – General dogsbody & Director Rob is the founder of the business. He constantly mutters something about way too many red wines one evening being to blame. Often known for taking the 4WD in the driveway over the sports car, he has travelled pretty much everywhere in Australia and when he is bored goes for a drive. He first learned to drive on the farm in a left hand drive WW11 Jeep when he was 11, and was hooked on 4WDriving way back then. In addition to 4WD he is an avid motoring enthusiast and has maintained a strong interest in the industry ever since his teens. He has owned way too many cars in his time as well. Having previously lived at the top of corporate life he retired in 2000 and hasn’t put a suit and tie on since. Cars are his passion so why not have a business doing what you love he figures. He has towed either a caravan or camper trailer to most parts of Australia, has run guided tours for camper trailers’ and instructed drivers in off road towing.