The American Alpha Motor Corporation has introduced a new model, the Alpha Wolf. It is a pickup truck following in the footsteps of the Alpha Ace coupe, the Alpha Icon van and the Alpha Jax cross-hatch. Wolf is made in the same retro style, and the filling is similar to Jax. It also offers a choice between front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive (one or two electric motors of unnamed power).
The length, width and height of the Wolf are 4765, 1930 and 1685 mm. The length of the loading platform is 1652 mm. Wheels can be from 16 to 18 inches.
California firm promises to “accelerate innovation for humanity.” Acceleration is a “practical and durable” electric pickup, capable of pulling a trailer weighing up to 1360 kg, gaining 60 mph (97 km / h) from a standstill in 6.2 seconds.
Inside, the developers are especially proud of the multi-level center console with compartments for small things and several ports for charging gadgets. The flat electric platform allowed organizing the trunk under the hood.
75 and 85 kWh batteries provide the Wolf pickup with a range of 402 km or 442 km on a charge. The second option is the most long-range of all the Alphas shown. The price range for the pickup is $ 36,000-46,000, excluding the $ 7,500 federal tax credit, which is slightly less than Alpha asked for the cross-hatch ($ 38,000-48,000). The company already offers to place applications on its website, but does not specify either the timing of the launch of the machine in series, or the start of deliveries to customers. Meanwhile, in the next couple of years, the newcomer will be greeted on the market by several battery-powered pickups at once: from Cybertruck to Hammer and from Rivian to Canoo.