Alpha Motor Corporation has just revealed the new WOLF+, the company’s next-gen electric pickup truck built on a shared platform that powers the preceding WOLF. Designed for utility and adventure, it features an extended cabin capable of accommodating four passengers, with gain access through two full-sized doors for the driver / front passenger and two three-quarter size doors that hinge backwards for open rear seat occupancy. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
It’s powered by an electric platform that combines versatile driving performance, durability, and power to efficiently support daily operations, designed for consumers looking for a solid four-wheel drive utility truck powered by modern renewable energy. The EV comes standard with a four-wheel drive (4WD) or rear-wheel drive (RWD) system boasting a towing capacity of 3,050kg (6,724lbs) and acceleration of 0-60 mph in 5.9 seconds, equipped with a 75 to 85 Kilowatt-hour Lithium-Ion battery. On a full charge, you can get up to 275 miles of range. Plus, customers can opt for a large solar panel in the bed for off-road adventures. Available in 2023, with the Wolf+ priced between $40,000 – $48,000 USD.
- Features Jeep Wrangler SUV car model with an eye-catching, realistic yellow-and-black color scheme that looks great in action or on display
- Includes authentic Jeep Wrangler details, like the classic round headlights, seven-slot grille, full-size spare tyre and fold-down back seats
- This model car to build with its front steering, powerful axle-articulation suspension and a winch, brings loads of off-roading adventures
The truck bed measures approximately 1652mm (65in) in length, 1490mm (59in) in width, and 458mm (18in) in depth for a total of 40 cubic feet of truck bed storage. An additional 1016mm (40in) of truck bed length can become available with a truck bed extension hitch. The multipurpose electric utility truck was unveiled in a deep sand tone named ‘Twentynine Palms’ inspired by stark desert landscape, rock formations, and trees of Joshua Tree National Park in Twentynine Palms, California,” said the company.