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Maxus reveals T90EV electric pick-up truck

Maxus T90EV

Maxus has unveiled the T90EV, which will be the first electric pick-up truck to go on sale in the UK when it officially launches later this year.

Order books are expected to open in August, when pricing will be revealed, followed by deliveries in early 2023.

The T90EV is powered by a 204PS electric motor that drives the rear wheels. An 88.5kWh battery pack provides a range of 198 miles (WLTP city). No further details have been published but a range of around 130 miles is estimated for real-world use.

When launching the T90EV, Maxus said it will have a payload of 740Kg, somewhat short of the one-tonne required for the vehicle to be classified as VAT exempt.

The specification includes a 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen, a reversing camera and 17-inch alloy wheels.

The Maxus T90EV has a length of 5,365mm and has a width of 1,900mm. The load area measures 1,485mm x 1,510mm x 530mm.

 

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