Alpha Motor Corporation has unveiled the new SuperWolf, after the launch of the Wolf and Wolf+. SuperWolf is the most capacious member of the Wolf series, at 214.6 in (5,450 mm) long, 78.5 in (1,995 mm) wide, and 69.3 in (1760 mm) tall. It is effectively an extended cab version of the Wolf+.
The automaker didn't reveal much else about the vehicle, but it has a similar look with LED headlights, bulging fender flares, and jutting bumpers. Additional lights, tubular doors, and a detachable tonneau cover will be among the new Alpha SuperWolf's accessories.
The bed is scheduled to have a passenger capacity of 40 cu ft (1,133 liters) and measures around 65 in (1652 mm) long, 58.7 in (1490 mm) broad, and 18 in (458 mm) depth, as all of the specs are anticipated figures. Clients who require more space can order a truck bed expansion, which adds 40 in (1016 mm) to the length of the vehicle.
There is seating for 4 persons on the inside, which has a basic style. A three-spoke steering wheel, a digital instrument cluster, and a tablet-like infotainment system are among the few details shown.
SuperWolf is expected to include a four-wheel drive and a 75-85 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, with a range of 275-300 miles (443-483 km). The firm also promises a 6.5-second 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) time and a towing capacity of 6,724 lbs (3,050 kg), but those are only estimates, and who knows whether they will come true.
The Alpha SuperWolf's price is also a mystery, as the firm claims it will cost between $48,000 and $56,000 before a $7,500 federal tax credit. The company is now taking bookings, but there is no word on when the model will be released.