Atlis XT All-Electric Pickup Truck

Jan 8, 2019

Category: Rides

We can’t overstate how much the development of electric technologies is changing the automotive game. It seems like a new mind-blowing vehicle emerges and redefines our expectations every couple of weeks. Today, that vehicle is the Atlis XT all-electric pickup truck. And trust us when we say it’s a real game-changer.

Slated to come in a number of different trims, it’s the highest-end option that’s gotten us super excited. You see, Atlis is promising that the XT will be able to drive up to 500 miles on a single charge, which is unheard of in and of itself. On top of that, the powertrain will allow it to travel from 0-60 in just five seconds — that’s sports car-level acceleration. Furthermore, they’re saying it will tow a whopping 20,000 pounds (and up to 35,000 with a fifth-wheel hookup), which is pretty amazing. The most astounding figure, however, is how long it takes to juice. According to Atlis, the XT will charge fully in just 15 minutes! Of course, it still remains to be seen if they can actually deliver this American-made, all-wheel-drive, game-changing pickup, but we certainly have high hopes. Pricing starts at $45,000.

Learn More: Atlis

More From Rides

FUELL Takes Assisted Cycling To A New Level With The Fluid-1S Prime

Bringing years of applicable experience to the world of bicycle design.

Posted By Chris West

Partner
Featured Image

The 8 Best Touring Motorcycles

Hit the open road with these industry-leading bikes.

Posted By

Aug 16, 2019

Featured Image

Novitec Refines Ferrari’s 488 Pista With Carbon Fiber & 791HP

The already-superb supercar is even further upgraded.

Posted By

Aug 16, 2019

Featured Image

CFB’s Blacked-Out 1968 Ford Bronco Is A 435HP Masterpiece

Giving the classic SUV a stealthy makeover.

Posted By

Aug 16, 2019

Featured Image

Barn Find: 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S By Bertone

An unrestored rare ride with only 10,000 miles on the odometer.

Posted By

Aug 15, 2019

Featured Image

You Can Own Steve McQueen’s ‘Thomas Crown Affair’ Dune Buggy

The Meyers Manx that was designed and driven by the actor in 1968.

Posted By

Aug 15, 2019