Scottish firm Munro has added to its list of electric go-anywhere vehicles with a new battery-powered pick-up.
Unveiled at the Fully Charged Live North event, the Munro MK_1 Pick-up follows on from the firm’s regular MK_1 Truck which was introduced late last year. It’s been designed for a number of ‘challenging’ sectors, according to Munro, such as mining, construction, utilities and agriculture.
The practical model can carry a 1,050kg Euro Pallet payload, while Performance variants are accompanied by a 3,500kg braked towing capacity. Thanks to 375bhp and 700Nm of torque, Performance versions can deliver 0-60mph in just 4.9 seconds. Lower-powered Utility and Range models are also available.
Russell Peterson, Munro CEO and co-founder, said: “We launched Munro to fill the significant gap in the market for an electric-powered, four-wheel-drive, utilitarian workhorse.
Designed, engineered and built in Britain, the Munro MK_1 Pick Up is priced from £49,995 excluding VAT and first deliveries are set to commence later this year.