Bremach Releases Electric Work Truck

Italian automaker Bremach has released a new work truck called the T. Rex which is available in a compressed natural gas, hybrid, lithium-ion, or gasoline powered model, and will be manufactured in California.

The all-electric version of the BMS T. Rex  has been designed to have a range of 200 miles on a single charge, but realistic expectations are between 75 and 150 miles. The vehicle is equipped with a 100 kWh lithium-ion battery, full details of which are available in the company’s PDF document.

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The T. Rex is just over eight feet tall, seven feet wide, and sixteen to eighteen feet long depending on the single or double-cab feature, which can carry three to five passengers. The truck is design to be able to carry four tons, and can stop within 150 feet when carrying a payload of that size.

The base cost for the all-electric T.Rex is $120,000. No details yet on which of the models the company believes will the sell the most, but hopefully industries will embrace the electric work truck, advancing the green technology.

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