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Alpha Motor Corporation releases Wolf+ electric truck series

The vehicle runs on an electric platform, and is designed for consumers looking for a solid four-wheel drive utility truck powered by modern renewable energy.

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Alpha Motor Corporation has unveiled the new Wolf+ (pronounced “wolf plus”), the automotive company’s next pure electric pickup truck built on a shared platform that powers the preceding Wolf+.

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The company says the multipurpose Wolf+ is built for utility and adventure. It has an extended cabin that accommodates four passengers, with access provided through two full-size doors for the driver and front passenger, and two three-quarter-size doors that hinge backward for open rear-seat occupancy.

The vehicle runs on an electric platform, and is designed for consumers looking for a solid four-wheel-drive utility truck powered by modern renewable energy.

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The vehicle composition of Wolf+ includes steel, aluminum and carbon fibers. It comes in a four-wheel-drive (4WD) or rear-wheel-drive (RWD) system with a towing capacity of 6,724 pounds and acceleration of 0 to 60 MPH in 5.9 seconds. The vehicle is intended to be equipped with a 75- to 85-kilowatt-hour lithium-Ion battery with an estimated 275 miles of range.

Wolf+ vehicle dimensions measure approximately 203 inches in length, 78 inches in width and 69 inches in height. The truck bed measures approximately 65 inches in length, 59 inches in width and 18 inches in depth, for a total of 40 cubic feet of truck-bed storage. An additional 40 inches of truck-bed length can become available with a truck-bed extension hitch.

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