This is probably the coolest electric truck you've seen so far
Introducing Alpha Motors' 'Superwolf'
There's a booming market for electric trucks at the moment... in theory. The truth of the matter is the GMC Hummer and the Ford F-150 Ligthning are available, but if you order one, you're going to have to wait a bit to get yours, while Tesla and Rivian are both neck-deep in production issues for the Cybertruck and the R1T. And now there's a new rival, which is arguably cooler than all the aforementioned options: it's called the 'Superwolf'.
It's a retro-style, blacked-out truck built in California by Alpha Motors, which also sells a single-cab version of the truck called Wolf and Wolf+. The tubular frame that replaces the doors (but regular doors are also available) is probably the coolest thing about the truck and at the back, you've got 40 cubic feet of cargo space (34.5 cu. ft. in the single cab).
The truck is powered by a dual-motor, four-wheel drive electric powertrain with either a 75- to 85-kWh lithium-ion battery with an estimated range of 275 to 300 miles on a single charge and a 0-60 time of 6.5 seconds, which is not bad for a truck can also tow up to 6,724 pounds.
Alpha says the Wolf is priced from around $36k while the Superwolf starts at around $40. It sounds promising but unfortunately, the Superwolf isn't a production-ready concept, it's actually just a rendering. We'd like to see an actual prototype, please. Because this one looks great.