Alpha Wolf EV pickup truck unveiled
A Californian electric mobility start-up Alpha Motor has unveiled its ‘Wolf’ a compact electric pickup that is based on the JAX’s off-road platform. The Wolf’s appearance looks super cute that it can grab anyone’s attention in just a fraction of seconds.
The company had unveiled the small ACE Coupe and the JAX off-roader. Its first cars could be on actual roads by 2023. The company’s Ace Coupe no-frills urban electric vehicle designed to transform zero-emission mobility.
Alpha Wolf EV pickup truck
While we look for its technical terms, it is just over 4.7m long and slightly under 2m wide. More than enough as the single cab Toyota Hilux is over 5.3m long and 1.85m wide. It is having a towing capacity of 1,360kg whereas the Hilux is having 3,500kg. Jax Wolf may be available in either front or all-wheel-drive forms.
So, we can expect a 75-85kWh battery pack and between 250 and 275 miles of range on a single charge. It can accelerate 0-60mph in just 6.2 seconds.
If we look for its interiors, it has 2 passengers seating capacity and cargo 34.5 cu ft. It has a digital display for the driver and wide format centre display and a premium seat and Trim material. It has Bluetooth connectivity with the sound system. Its exterior includes LED signature headlights and daytime running lights and a truck bed. However, these specifications may vary later on.
The Lordstown Endurance electric pickup truck is also an all-electric commercial pickup truck from an American Automobile manufacturer Lordstown Motors. At current, the company is building production capacity at the factory in Ohio to start production in September 2021. The Lordstown Endurance is priced at $52,500 and provides a range of over 250 miles.
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