People generally tend to associate a kind of delicate sentimentality towards EVs, but time and again vehicles such as Tesla Roadster and Artega SE have proven that electric vehicles can seriously burn the rubber with a gritty demeanor. And now with the paradigm shifting towards those rigorous yet heavy built pick up trucks, the rugged full electric T.Rex from Bremach is all set to make its 'green' mark.
Bremach has been making work trucks in Italy since the late 1950s, and so it can be assumed that the robust machinery would speak for itself. The T.Rex's electric motor provides 100 kW of power at 0 rpm, with a touted 150-mile range even under work conditions. Bremach will also warranty the powertrain for 30,000 miles or three years.
Coming to the design aspect, the sturdy body exhibits a good deal of space efficiency. One example of this is - the Bremach's designers were ingeniously able to jam three seats into the T. Rex's narrow cab, by keeping the truck's spaceframe skeleton exposed. And speaking of sturdiness, the company also claims that this body can withstand five Gs of force, which is two times more than conventional ones.
T.Rex will be also available in its petrol, compressed natural gas and even hybrid version. The petrol version incorporates a traditional 6.0-liter gasoline-fired Chevrolet V8 with either a six-speed manual or five-speed automatic cog box. Anyway, electric or not, these muscled beasts does come at a hefty price. The fully electric version comes at around $120,000.