Hyundai Mighty Electric Truck revisited

Hyundai Mighty Electric –Today we revisit the release of the Hyundai Mighty Electric Truck. The original post can be found HERE

The push for battery electric vehicles is overflowing into the small truck market with Hyundai releasing details of their BEV truck that is due for local arrival mid-2023.

Hyundai Mighty electric Truck 01Mighty electric follows on from XCIENT Fuel Cell, the brand’s first-ever hydrogen-powered heavy truck, currently deployed in Switzerland and California.

Powered by a 114.5kwh battery the truck has a loaded range of 240km and rapid charging from10% to 100% in under 70 minutes. It has power of 120kW and torque of 320Nm. Top speed is 100km/h.

Being designed for urban deliveries its ideal with zero localised driving emissions.

It will come with reasonable safety features and interior comfort.

Mighty electric is classed as a Light Duty Heavy Truck and has an approximate cargo capacity between one and 3.5 tonne, depending on the variant and upper body specification

Expressions of interest are now being taken by Hyundai

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Hyundai Mighty electric Truck 3

Quick Details

  • BEV truck is set to join the ever-growing Hyundai electrified vehicle range
  • Battery range of 240km (laden) and rapid charging (10% to 100% in under 70 minutes) make Mighty electric the ideal zero-emission delivery vehicle
  • Will join Kona Electric, IONIQ 5 and the IONIQ 6 in a further step towards Hyundai Motor’s global ambition to be carbon neutral by 2045

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