Alpha Motor Corporation has just debuted their Wolf electric pick-up truck at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California (see video below). The US electric carmaker is set to accelerate vehicle development by automating the latest digital efficiencies.
Terry L. Karges, Petersen executive director, said: “We’re excited to have the Wolf electric truck on display before it becomes a sight on the road. Alpha Motor Corporation’s innovation and dedication to sustainable mobility has produced a striking vehicle made right here in Southern California.”
The Wolf electric truck, first announced in March 2021, is a versatile pick-up truck motorised by an all-battery electric power system. As a next-generation automaker, Alpha Motor Corporation is committed to “Moving Humanity.”
Alpha Motor Corporation said: ”Move Humanity means efficiently mobilising innovation for people. Electrification of automobiles is more than a conversion of technology. It’s about protecting our environment for safety and wellness.
“Our contribution will be producing cars that people love and doing exactly that as efficiently as possible. Wolf is designed and engineered specifically from this perspective.”
The Wolf is a two-passenger utility truck built for adventure. The vehicle comes in a four-wheel-drive (4WD), or rear-wheel drive (RWD) system powered by a 75kWh battery with an estimated towing capacity of 1360kg (3000lbs). It will accelerate 0-60mph (0-97kph) in 6.2 seconds and offer up to 275 miles (443km) of range.
Prices for the Alpha Wolf are said to start from $36,000 and production is expected to begin in 2023. At this price, we think this zero-emissions truck with its cool retro looks will be a huge hit in the USA.
Alpha Motor Corporation said: “The Wolf electric truck debut marks a significant milestone on our roadmap to commercialisation. We are driven to move humanity towards a carbon neutral future through efficient mobility solutions. Our passion leads us to build a community with a common vision.”
The all-electric Wolf truck will be on display at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California until November.