Workhorse, the company that was offering electric vans and was developing the electric pickup W-15, experiences hard times according to the latest news.
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The Fast Lane Truck recently discussed all-electric pickup trucks, wondering whether electric trucks like the Rivian R1T and Tesla Pickup are the future or not.
Workhorse Group reported 245 vehicle delivered during the 2017 year, including 121 units in the fourth quarter of 2017 to United Parcel Service (UPS).
Workhorse apparently will use one of the largest batteries in a range-extended electric vehicle - 60 kWh, but only around 40 kWh will be available for use.
If you were thinking of becoming a fleet manager just to buy a Workhorse W-15, you can now just sign up online and tell them you want individual sales.
The 80-mile extended range, plug-in Workhorse W-15, was recently unveiled at the Advanced Clean Transportation Expo in Long Beach
Workhorse released photos of its W-15 pickup truck prototype, stating it will have about 80 miles extended electric range for ~$52,500
Workhorse Group has announced it has gotten Letters of Intent to buy 2,150 Workhorse W-15 range-extended pickup trucks (worth $113 million).
Southern California Public Power Authority (SCPPA) intends to purchase whopping 500 Workhorse W-15 electric pickup trucks. MSRP expected at $52,500.
Workhorse Group announced the development of a plug-in hybrid truck, the Workhorse W-15 with 80 miles of all-electric range. Production to begin in 2018.