In trying to prove that EV technology is capable of being adapted to heavy duty trucks, truck builder Bremach hopes their new T-Rex is just the machine to do just that. With an electric motor that provides 10 kW of power at 0 rpm, the T-Rex has a claimed 150-mile range even when under working conditions. With three rows of seating, Bremach engineers and designers came up with an exposed skeleton design to accommodate the necessary space.
The company claims that it can withstand five Gs of force, which is two Gs more than its competition. And if a full EV truck of this type isn't for you, the company is also offering the T-Rex with a 6.0-liter Chevrolet V8 gasoline engine that's mated to either a six-speed manual or a five-speed automatic transmission. Bremach claims the gasoline-powered version is still capable of achieving 20 mpg on the highway. In addition to both of these, there are also compressed natural gas and hybrid options. Each of the powertrains are available as either a two or four-door hardtop along with a two-door convertible.
As most can guess, the T-Rex isn't cheap, with the EV version topping off at around $120,000 when fully loaded.