With the arrival of the Superwolf, Alpha Motors expands its portfolio of competent electric cars. It is a crew cab variant of the Wolf Plus that will serve as the Alpha's most roomy and practical member.
The Alpha Motors Superwolf features a wide fender to hide huge, chunky tires, and consumers will be able to pick between 16-, 17-, and 18-inch wheels. A tubular front bumper and army green body paint add to the rough image.
The minimalism concept continues on the inside, with two displays resting on a flat dashboard. There are two screens: one for the instrument cluster and one for the infotainment system. Except for four little buttons on the left side of the passenger screen and the switchgear on the steering wheel, there are almost no physical buttons visible.
The dimensions of the vehicle are 5,450 mm long, 1,995 mm wide, and 1760 mm height. The rear cargo bed is 1,652 mm long, 490 mm wide, and 458 mm deep, and it has a retractable lid. According to the company, the cargo space can hold up to 1,133 liters of stuff, and the bed may be purchased in an extended form. The Superwolf has a towing capacity of 3,050 kg.
Alpha hasn't released any technical details, although the truck's power source is expected to be shared with the smaller Wolf Plus. This implies that power is supplied by two electric motors and an 85 kWh lithium-ion battery in the AWD configuration. The electric pickup should have a range of 443-483 kilometers on a single charge and can accelerate from a standstill to 96 kph in 6.5 seconds.
The new Superwolf is currently available for reserve, with rates ranging from $48,000 to $56,000. Detailed pricing and delivery schedules are not currently available.