Earlier this year, we were given our first look at the design of the fully electric Alpha Wolf bakkie via a series of rendered images. Now, the production model has broken cover with the design principles that were detailed in the initial reveal.
In terms of design, the Alpha Wolf is a straight-forward bakkie design with angular design cues throughout. At the front, a pair of round LED signature headlamps is joined by DRLs and a chunky bull bar that houses a pair of spotlamps and indicators.
In terms of dimensions, the Alpha Wolf measures 4 828 mm long, 1 930 mm wide and 1 700 mm tall with a bed capacity of 3 549 dm3. Wheel sizes will range from 16 to 18-inches and be mated to a set of BF Goodrich mud-terrain tyres.
The Alpha Wolf retains a single-cab design which accommodates two premium seats. The driver and passenger has access to key features such as a digital instrument cluster, wide format central display and a premium sound system. If you want to keep precious valuables stored, a 1 226 dm3 storage compartment has been fitted to the front of the body.
The Alpha Wolf will be available with 2×4 and 4×4 drivetrains via a single or dual motor configuration. The boutique manufacturer claims that this system is good for a 0-60 mph (0-97 km/h) time of 6,2 seconds and can carry you for just over 442 km before needing to be recharged. A towing capacity figure of 1 360 kg has been claimed as well.
The motors are powered by a lithium-ion battery that is placed on the floor of the chassis. This source of power boasts rabid charging functionalities and an independent heating and cooling system.
While orders for the Alpha Wolf are now open, the brand states that production will only commence by 2023.