Daimler Trucks and subsidiary Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus, the Japanese arm of Daimler Trucks, is out with the new E-Fuso Vision One heavy-duty electric truck presented at the Tokyo Motor Show.

The E-Fuso Vision One is blinding bright blue, with a Class 8 truck classification, also known as a semi-tractor trailer or 18-wheeler. Its body is best described as boxy curvy, with Daimler claiming a 210-mile (350-km) range per charge and a cargo capacity of 11,000-pounds, running on a 300-kWh battery pack. No word yet on its charging capabilities.

Initially, the truck would be used for deliveries along short haul or intra-city routes.

Daimler’s latest venture into all-electric trucking has seen an entirely new division devoted solely to electric buses and trucks with the Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation, with all of its electrified vehicles expected to fall under the “E-Fuso” nameplate. The E-Fuso Vision One follows its first truck, the eCanter work truck in box, flatbed, and utility styles that are currently being used by 7-Eleven (Japan) with orders by UPS and Habitat for Humanity pending in the United States.

Daimler’s latest move can be considered a warning shot fired at Tesla, who is expected to release its own Class 8 on Nov. 16, a postponed date due to ongoing Model 3 production issues. Lesser-known Nikola Motors is also expected to release a fuel-cell electric tractor-trailer and Toyota is currently performing the testing of a fuel-cell powered cargo truck.

The E-Fuso Vision One also closely mimics Daimler’s earlier 2016 release, the Urban eTruck, a 28.7-ton monstrosity deliverer with similar specifications of a 100-mile range per charge and a max haul of 9,000-lbs.