Nation-E, touter of the Angel Car mobile charging unit, is back with another heavenly offering, this one of the rough-and-ready variety. It’s the AngelH1, an electric-powered Hummer “designed to bring power to areas crippled by extraordinary circumstances likes floods, tornadoes, blackouts and other unpredictable disasters.”
While the Angel Car was all about providing a power boost to electric-vehicle drivers who drained their battery, the AngelH1 is billed as a provider of electricity “not only to stranded vehicles, but to complete buildings, hospitals, construction sites and units that urgently require electricity.”
Of course, there’s nothing that says you can’t drive the AngelH1 for the pure satisfaction of going green in a famously fuel-inefficient vehicle, though there are risks to that.
The AngelH1 comes with a 60 kW battery, Nation-E said. What kind of range does this fully electric, zero-emissions behemoth have? That’s “fully customizable,” the company said. Nation-E will showcased the vehicle at eCarTech in Munich.
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