Havelaar Canada said its Havelaar Bison E-pick-up is designed and tested in Canada and is meant to be both practical and a sign of strong commitment to the environment.
The Bison will make its debut at the EV/VÉ Conference and Trade Show, an annual event run by Electric Mobility Canada.
Apart from introducing its vehicle to the Canadian market, Havelaar has partnered in e-vehicle research and development with the University of Toronto.
Tony Han, CEO of Havelaar Canada, led the launch of the University of Toronto Havelaar Electric Vehicle Research Centre (UTHEV) in 2016 together with UTHEV director Prof.Olivier Trescases, and associate director, Prof. Peter Lehn of the U of T Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Innovation Partnership.
The Bison is a zero-emission vehicle with and all-wheel-drive transmission with an advanced electronic management system.
The truck is built on a carbon fibre reinforced steel space frame, with class-leading torsional stiffness for enhanced durability and handling, the company said.
Unlike most pick-up trucks, the Bison has an angular cladding. Its wedge profiles, short overhangs, and tires that are pushed to the corners give it a distinctively angular and aggressive look.
Its rugged off-road capabilities allow for 54 per cent hill start and 21 per cent hill climb at full load.
The Bison is powered by a dual-motor, fully electric powertrain driving the four corners.
The Bison is capable of traveling 300 km on a single charge.
It also features “instant connectivity, touch screen display, and driver assistive technology calibrated to meet both the day-to-day work demands and active lifestyle needs of adventurers,” the company said.
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