Tuesday, December 7, 2021

EdisonFuture presents EF1-T concept with Solar Roof at LA Auto Show

The electric vehicle startup EdisonFuture has presented two new concept vehicles at the LA Auto Show. The plan is to bring both models to market in 2025. The EF1-T is an electric pickup, and the EF1-V is an electric delivery van.

EdisonFuture is an EV subsidiary brand created by Phoenix Motor in Ontario, Canada.

EdisonFuture EF1-T Interior

EdisonFuture’s new vehicles notably feature solar panels on the roof. The company says these could provide 25-35 additional miles of range each day “under sunny conditions”. The Company gave no details about the Battery yet.

Edison claims the EF1-T Standard does 0-60 mph in under 6.5 seconds, the EF1-TP Premium in 4.5 seconds, and the EF1-TS Super in 3.9 seconds. The towing capacity ranges between 7,500 lbs on the base model and 11,000 lbs on the top of the range.

According to the EdisonFuture team, the vehicle design was based on feedback from its commercial fleet customers through Phoenix Motorcars. However, this is a very early development iteration, and the production versions will vary based on consumer feedback. The company’s open approach to the market will help them, as they are somewhat late to the party.

“EdisonFuture is here to provide innovative, bold, and sustainable options for consumers,” said Chief Marketing Officer Jose Paul Plackal, adding: “There are other manufacturers in the truck segment, and we applaud those efforts. In addition, the EV space is growing at such a rapid pace, so there is an opportunity for numerous OEMs to address the demand.”

Both concepts are planned to launch as serial versions by 2025.

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