American startup Alpha Motor Corporation introduced the Wolf electric pickup truck. The first renderings were published back in March, and now the company has shown a life-size demonstration model of the novelty at the Petersen Automobile Museum in Los Angeles.
The Wolf pickup, like the previous Alpha Motor models, is made in retro style. The novelty is reminiscent of small two-seat pickups from the 80s. In the future, it is planned to develop an extended version of the Wolf + and SuperWolf with a two-row cab.
The length and width of Alpha Wolf are 4775 and 1930 mm, respectively, and the height is 1676 mm. Internal length of the cargo compartment – 1651 mm. The electric vehicle is capable of towing trailers weighing up to 1360 kg.
The novelty is built on the proprietary modular platform AMP (Automobile Modular Platform). Alpha Motors plans to release two versions of the model: rear-wheel drive with one electric motor and all-wheel drive with two motors. Their characteristics have not yet been specified, it is only known that the acceleration time from 0 to 60 mph (97 km / h) for the older modification will be 6.2 seconds.
In the rear-wheel-drive version, the 75 kWh battery will provide a power reserve of 402 km on a single charge, for the all-wheel drive version the 85 kWh batteries offer a cruising range of 442 km. So far, the startup does not reveal many details and does not even publish photos of the interior. The Alpha Wolf is slated to start mass production in 2023. The minimum price will be $ 36,000 for the 4×2 version and $ 46,000 for the 4×4 version.