Workhorse Electric Pickup Truck

Built from the ground up as a plug-in with extended range, the Workhorse Electric Pickup Truck is an eco-friendly alternative to your average work vehicle. Its Panasonic-sourced lithium ion battery cells drive motors at each corner, resulting in 460 hp of all-wheel-drive power and a 0-60 time of 5.5 seconds. All-electric range is limited to just 80 miles, but an onboard generator lets you go up to 310 miles per tank. That large battery also lets the truck work as a power source for tools, with up to 30 amps output, and it's also outfitted with a digital dashboard, lane-departure warning system, and a payload capacity of 2,200 lbs.

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