SAIC Maxus Launches Its T70 Pickup with Four Editions Available
Having made its presence in 48 countries and regions across the globe, SAIC Maxus pickup has been the best received pickup model in Australia, New Zealand, Chile and the Middle East.
Recently, SAIC Maxus successfully rolled out T70 electric pickup, which has lost weight by 22 kilograms and achieves a power of 130 kW and a maximum torque of 310 N.m. What is more impressive is that it takes only 4.5 second for pickup to reach a speed of 50 km/h from a standstill.
Equipped with phosphate iron lithium batteries and Huawei electric motor control system, T70 pickup is able to drive 535 km continuously. It can be recharged on a fast or a slow mode. When put on a fast recharging mode, it will get 80% of its maximum power storage in 36 minutes.
Thanks to the introduction of artificial graphene for its battery core, the pickup’s batteries can be recharged for over 4,000 times. In addition, the pickup boasts the most advanced battery management system, which monitors the temperatures and helps the vehicle achieve higher safety standards.
SAIC Maxus T702.4 with a gasoline powered driveline is specifically designed to suit the extremely harsh working conditions in northwest and northeast China. It has already successfully gone through a 200,000 km endurance test.
SAIC Maxus has also developed a special version pickup for mountainous regions. Equipped with BorgWarner four-wheel drive system, AAM driving axle, Eaton mechanical differential lock, SAIC π2.0T turbocharge diesel engine, the pickup is able to achieve a maximum power of 120 kW and maximum torque of 400 N.m.
SAIC Maxum T70 travel pickup boasts spacious room and a cargo tank of over 1.5 cubic meters. It is able to load over 1,000 kg, fully meeting families traveling requirements.
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