Maxus T90 EV: electric pick-up, also for Europe

Maxus T90 EV: electric pick-up, also for Europe

While Ford, Rivian, GMC and even Tesla are fighting across the Atlantic for the electric pickup market, Maxus will present its interpretation of the model at the IAA Motor Show in Hanover (September 20-25, 2022). By the way, the T90 EV is presented together with other interesting electric models, including a 7-seater minibus called MIFA 9.

925 kg load

In fact, this pick-up with a length of 5.37 m has a double cab and a cargo bed of 1.49 m and a width of 1.51 m. With a gross vehicle weight of 3.3 tonnes, the T90 EV has a payload of up to 925 kg.

330km WLTP

Technically, the car is powered by a 150 kW/204 hp electric motor. It transfers its 310 Nm torque to the rear wheels only. The 89 kWh battery offers the possibility of traveling up to 330 km according to the WLTP standard.


As a reminder, the Chinese brand Maxus specializes in commercial vehicles and is part of the Shanghai Automobile Industry Corporation (SAIC). In Belgium, Maxus is distributed by Astara, which also has Hyundai, Suzuki, SsangYong, MG and Isuzu in its portfolio.

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Jean-Fran├žois Christiaens has been a car journalist since 2005. He loves everything that drives, from electric cars to hypercars.
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