The first electric van will be introduced in Singapore in the last quarter of 2023.
According to whistleblowers, Chinese automaker Maxus will launch its T90 in the last quarter of the year in Singapore. It will be the first all-electric pickup truck to be sold by a dealer as it is currently offered through similar importers.
Experts have yet to give an estimated price, but as it is an all-electric light commercial vehicle, the van is likely to be eligible for the maximum Commercial Vehicle Emissions Scheme deduction of S$15,000.
The T90 is offered as a two-cabin version with a capacity of five people and a maximum payload of one ton. This car is powered by a 150 kW electric motor and an 88.5 kWh battery with a range of about 330 km. The fastest charging method is the 80kW direct current charging, which charges the truck from 20% to 80% in 45 minutes.
According to the business report, major Japanese brands Mitsubishi, Nissan and Toyota do not offer such trucks in their commercial vehicle lineup in Singapore. A small number of Maxus T90 trucks were imported and offered for sale by similar importers.
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