Workhouse, Tesla, Rivian, Bollinger Motors and now Atlis Motor Vehicle. Last summer, the American company Atlis introduced electric pickup Atlis XT charging in just 15 minutes. Atlis said that their electric pickup XT is one of the most powerful freight pickups that have ever been submitted.
Released a few days ago, a young American company, pickup called Atlis XT will be able to travel up to 800 km without recharging in the configuration with the largest battery and carry up to 2.3 tons payload.
As in the case of Rivian, you will be offered several options of batteries. Atlis XT will be available with three battery blocks offering a range of 450, 600 and 800 km. There will also be versions available with single or dual rear wheels. Charging electropica allegedly takes only 15 minutes, although detailed specifications have not been published.
Atlis XT has a towing capacity installed at about 16 tons, equipped with adaptive air suspension that dynamically adjusts to the load and the ground clearance is 30.5 cm (including offroad the off-road package with increased ground clearance to 38.1 cm).
Thanks to a specially designed platform Atlis XT has the advantage of AWD on demand, and provides excellent performance from 0 to 96 km/h accelerates in just 5 seconds. However, even fully loaded Atlis XT can accelerate from 0 to 96 km/h in just 18 seconds. Powerplant, named for its XP platform consists of 4 independent electric motors, one for each of the axes. The maximum speed of the truck is 193 kilometers per hour.
The interior looks quite luxurious and can accommodate up to 6 people.
It is expected that at the end of 2020 the first deliveries of the pickup will be limited to 100 copies. Three years later, the annual production capacity will increase to 30,000. An ambitious business plan seeks to attract new investors to ensure the development and start of production. Pricing information is currently unavailable, but according to the unofficial information, the cost Atlis XT will start from 45 thousand dollars for the North American market.
Photos of the electric truck Atlis XT