Alpha Motors Has Saga Sedan To Its Line Up, No Time Of Debut

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Are you tired of the shapes of future cars and want to be electric too? So Alpha motors has an offer for you, which is not yet clear when you can drive it. the Saga Sedan is one of the projects of this carmaker. Nothing is still set, but for sure Saga is a bite of past and a bottle of future.

Alpha Motors has already started to get the reservation list for its new electric vehicle. This car, Saga, is simply a four-door vehicle, however beneath the hood is just electric motors. Saga, is maybe a version of Ace coupe, which they introduced last year.

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Saga is nothing less hat the other vehicles of this companies’ cars. Like others, it has a blunt front and rear, prominent fenders, flat sides, and an arching roofline. But in compare with Ace, moderner wheels and black roof is more eye-catching. The length is just 158-inch and it weighs 4,200 pounds. But don’t get it wrong, as its small, so no room for passengers

Actually, inside the vehicle is very minimalist. No huge seats, big head sets. Instead, there are big, analog gauges and old-school-style radio with knobs for tuning it. Also, HVAC has physical controls. By the way, infotainment screen is one feature which shows this is a modern car.

alpha motors saga sedan ev

This sedan would have single-motor rear-wheel drive or dual-motor all-wheel-drive layouts. Both are possible. The range is more than 300 miles. And it speeds up to 100km/h in six seconds.

The Alpha Saga would cost approximately $40,000 to $50,000. But there are no exact time of reveal and delivery. The customers can even now submit their reservation. Still, we should wait for Wolf as compact pickup to come which comes in 2023. The projected price is $36,000 to $46,000.

alpha motors saga sedan ev

The Wolfs powertrain is not specified just like its battery pack, however we know it has a single motor at the rear or dual motors for all-wheel drive. The range is between 250 miles to 275 miles. It hits 100km/h in 6.2 seconds and tows 1,360 kg.

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