Canoo debuted an electric van in 2019, and now, they’ve revealed their latest vehicle, a pickup truck that measures in at 184-inches (4,677 mm) long and 78-inches (1,980 mm) wide. Set to be released in 2023, it’s can be configured with either dual or rear motors that generate up to 600 horsepower and 550 pound-feet of torque, along with a 200+ mile range when fully charged. It’s designed to be exponentially more productive, and boasts a payload capacity of 1800-pounds. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Unlike other EV platforms with traditiona; power units, shock towers and mechanical steering columns that protrude into the vehicle and take up space, Canoo’s pickup truck incroporates steer-by-wire as well other space-saving technologies. The thin platform does not require an engine compartment, enabling the company to offer a flatbed size comparable to America’s best-selling pickup truck, but with a smaller footprint, making it far easier to maneuver as well as more convenient to drive / park in any terrain.
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Canoo’s designers gave the pickup added stance and durability with increased wheel spats to support larger wheels, which provides improved stability and gives it a rugged profile. Advanced lighting technology provides adaptive safety, and the company’s iconic signature headlights and taillights serve as core brand identifiers without the need for a logo. Beyond just storage, the front surface of the vehicle has been extended to better protect the headlights and windscreen,” said the company.