THOR ET-ONE ELECTRIC TRUCK
wattev2buy explores the Thor ET-One electric truck specs, battery, range, charge time and pictures as it vies for a position in the fast-growing EV market.
The Thor ET-One electric car specs include a Navistar chassis, Dana heavy-duty axles, and TM4 electric motor. The powertrain includes LG Chem batteries mounted on both sides of the chassis underside skirts providing an estimated 4,700 pound-feet of torque. The driver-centric cockpit has a 22-inch touchscreen on the dashboard.
Although the company claims that it will have the Thor ET-One ready for market before the Tesla Semi market observers doubt the company’s ability to deliver. The Thor ET-One is available in a 100 mile and 300-mile version but the 100-mile version sells at the same price as the 300-mile Tesla Semi and the 300-mile Thor ET-One sells at $250,000, well above the expected $180,000 for the 500-mile Tesla Semi.
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