Nikola Badger electric pickup truck now available for preorder
The Nikola Badger, an all-electric pickup truck from Nikola Motor Company is now available for preorder.
According to Nikola Motor Company, preorders received before November 15, 2020, will be entered to win a Badger, receive a match of the deposit, up to $5,000 off the final purchase price of the vehicle, and be invited to the Badger debut at Nikola World, which is scheduled for December 3–5, 2020, in Phoenix, Arizona.
"The technology on the Badger is next to none; it has one of the most advanced powertrains and infotainment systems on the market. The features include over-the-air updates, keyless entry, independent torque control of every wheel, 906 hp, 980 ft. lbs. of torque, 15 kilowatt power export with 220V and 110V, tie-down tracks inside the truck for cargo, hidden refrigerator, up to 600 miles of range, and waterproof displays. You couldn't dream of building a better pickup truck than the Badger and we offer it in both fuel-cell and battery-electric options," said Founder and Executive Chairman Trevor Milton.
Learn more about the Badger here.
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