EMC E36T Gets a Plug-in Version

October 6, 2011 / No Comments

If you have been waiting to see a plug-in truck after the termination of Ford Ranger EV, we have glad news for you. Electric Mobile Cars (EMC) has suitably filled in the gap now by converting their E36T to an emission-free truck. The updated truck will be the Renault/Dacia Logan Pickup converted to meet the plug-in configurations. This vehicle was introduced in Romania, earlier in 2008.

emc EMC E36T Gets a Plug in Version

EMC plans to attain a maximum speed of 75mph with this all-electric monster.

E36T has an impressive range of 200 miles on a single charge. The truck will feature the brand’s EVBX-1 power train motivated by the 57-kWh worth of adapted ZEBRA batteries.

The company claims that the low-cost, long-range virtues of the truck come thanks to its unique battery management system. It features a higher regenerative brake energy level than others and is able to recover even the minute amount of heat energy dissipated by the battery.

EMC plans to sell all-electric models in three different editions with akin names: a passenger wagon (the E36, which sells for $39,300), a utility vehicle E36V  ($38,300) and the E36T ($37,300). All three models are available for sale, with company ensuring first deliveries by end of October.

However, currently EMC will only be concentrating on fleet sales for providing more focused and better-quality service.