EV Fleet Introduces Condor Electric Truck (w/videos)

NOV 14 2014 BY MARK KANE 8

EV Fleet Condor

EV Fleet Condor

A new company called EV Fleet from Charlotte, NC is preparing for launch its electric truck called Condor.

(Read InsideEVs’ exclusive coverage of EV Fleet and Condor here)

And you know what? The external appearance really does remind us of a condor.

The vehicle will be available in many different versions with a base MSRP of $49,995 before rebates and incentives.

According to specifications, payload stands at 1,000 lbs.

There will be two battery pack sizes offered – 32 kWh or 50 kWh, which should give it a range of over 100 miles.

According to information on the website, the goal for next year is to produce up to 300 per month, which seems an ambitious goal to us.

And look, there is a frunk:

EV Fleet Condor

EV Fleet Condor – frunk

A solar version is listed too:

EV Fleet Condor

EV Fleet Condor

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SOoo tempted to photoshop the image above to give it multi-folding solar ‘wings’ a la NASA spacecraft.. with 30 foot solar wings, now That looks like a Condor!

So are we to understand this vehicle passes all federal requirements for high speed vehicles?

THe website also mentions charging the 32 or 50 kwh battery from 120 volts in 14 hours.

How day do dat? I’d guess they don’t. Unless they mean the daily charge used. BUt somewhere they also mention you can charge it using a standard 30 amp public EVSE, and also a proprietary 90 amp thingy whatever that is.

Anyone else notice that the doors look very Ford Ranger’ish? Why not just use the whole front end?

I have seen the cab up close in their assembly facility and I have taken a ride in the blue Condor. The entire cab is a fiberglass molding and designed for aerodynamics. No clue about the doors.

That render is terrible.

Can anyone tell me what it is about Americans that they can (with the possible exception of Tesla) only design pig-ugly vehicles? Did all the early Toyota designers emigrate to the US in the 60’s or something?

THe styling reminds me more of the 1940’s – 1950’s VW Beetles (Model A)

i hate that they advertise it as the only fleet truck out there when the might-e-truck from (canev)http://www.canev.com/might_e_truck.php has been on the market for quite a while