Nikola Corporation has just unveiled Badger electric pickup truck with an estimated range of 600 miles. Unlike any other electric truck currently on the market, this one has been engineered to deliver 980 ft-lbs. of torque, 906 peak HP and 455 continuous HP, and will be built in conjunction with another OEM utilizing their certified parts and manufacturing facilities. It’s going to make its public debut at Nikola World 2020 in Phoenix later this year. Read more for additional pictures and information.
This vehicle is designed to handle just about anything a construction company could throw at it and is engineered to outperform all electric pickup trucks on the market in both continuous towing, HP and range. It comes equipped with a 15-kilowatt power outlet for tools, lights and compressors, which is enough power to assist a construction site for approximately 12 hours without a generator. Badger was also designed to handle 0-100 mph launches with minimal loss of performance and to operate on grades up to 40% through advanced software blending of batteries and fuel-cell. In other words, with a fully loaded trailer and combined vehicle weight of 18,000 lbs., it can launch from a standstill on a 30% grade without motor stall.
- Material:Alloy+ABS,rubber tire and solid structure
- The two sides of doors could be opened,the front cover could be opened too
- When you put on the button battery on the bottom,Open the doors,then it can come with Music and Light
- You can pull back the car,then it can move forwards even without battery
- Very suitable as children toys for birthday,Christmas gift, new year. Also it can be a gift for your boyfriend
Nikola has billions worth of technology in our semi-truck program, so why not build it into a pickup truck? I have been working on this pickup program for years and believe the market is now ready for something that can handle a full day’s worth of work without running out of energy. This electric truck can be used for work, weekend getaways, towing, off-roading or to hit the ski slopes without performance loss. No other electric pickup can operate in these temperatures and conditions,” said Trevor Milton, CEO, Nikola Corporation.