A full-size model of the retro Alpha Wolf electric pick-up truck has been uncovered.
Planned and worked by little-known US start-up Alpha, mass-production of the vehicle is guaranteed by the final quarter of 2023 (October to December comprehensive). That is notwithstanding the reality no functional prototype yet exists.
At the point when complete, the producer claims it will be fueled by a single electric motor mounted on the rear axle, permitting the 0-100km/h sprint to be finished in 6.2 seconds.
A 75kWh lithium-ion battery pack incorporated into the floor will give a claimed driving range of at least 400km.
The body is misleadingly little, estimating 4828mm from nose to tail – somewhat more limited than a 2021 Toyota Camry.
Knobbly off-road tires wrap around 18-inch steel wheels, while a sports bar and ‘adventure lights’ feature as standard.
Inside the two-seat cabin, an about 10.0-inch digital cluster sits behind the steering wheel. A somewhat bigger infotainment screen is mounted on the otherwise-bare dashboard.
In the USA, Alpha says it will sell the Wolf from $US36,000 ($50,000). Drive has connected for comment of the chance of future Australian deliveries, and this story will be updated when more data becomes available.