Even just a few years ago, electric trucks were little more than an aspirational publicity stunt. However, since that time, the segment has grown considerably, with everyone from EV-oriented startups (Rivian and Canoo) to automotive industry mainstays (Tesla and Hummer) looking to get in on a piece of the pickup pie. And the thing is — that’s not even including Alpha Motors’ latest offering.
Meet the ‘Wolf,’ a compact fully-electric pickup based on the California-based brand’s modular skateboard chassis. Much like its siblings, the truck comes in both single-motor FWD and dual-motor AWD configurations, allowing customers to cater their ride to their particular needs. However, where the Ace and Jax are decidedly similar in proportions, the Wolf stretches some 188 inches long, making it a full two feet larger than the coupes. What’s more, it’s been outfitted with a slew of off-road-ready components, including a front brush guard, two sets of fog lights, as well as some larger all-terrain tires and even a solar panel tonneau cover. And as far as performance goes, Alpha expects the range to be good for 275 miles, with a 3,000-pound towing capacity and a blistering 6.2s 0-60mph time. You can reserve yours today starting at $36,000.
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