ElectraMeccanica Vehicles Corp. announced the specifications of its SOLO Cargo EV as well as the timeline for the commencement of deliveries, expected to begin in the second quarter of 2022.
The SOLO Cargo EV was developed based on direct input from prospective customers.
The SOLO Cargo EV has a range of 100 miles and a top speed of 80 mph. It also features front and rear crumple zones, side impact protection, a Kevlar reinforced safety hoop, torque-limiting control as well as power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, and a configurable entertainment system.
SOLO Cargo EV dimensions have been expanded to include cargo space for a total of 11.8 cubic feet of storage spac. The vehicle is 53” tall and approximately 123” long, and the rear cargo dimensions are 37.5” long x 34” wide x 16” high.
The Cargo version contains a variety of features an adjustable/folding interior floor panel, cargo netting, lighting in the rear cargo space, and a telematics enabled device. The roof is reinforced with a Kevlar band.
The SOLO Cargo EV is now available for order with a ElectraMeccanica fleet representative by phone or email – all at a starting MRSP of $24,500. A post-sale account manager is provided for aftersales service and warranty support including in-shop service trainings, parts, and allocated resources to ensure limited downtime for fleets.
“The SOLO Cargo EV is purpose-built for light commercial fleets seeking a cost effective and sustainable approach to delivery with space for a single driver and enough cargo room to support an efficient delivery operation,” said Kevin Pavlov, CEO of ElectraMeccanica. “Early prototype SOLO Cargo vehicles have been deployed in several exciting applications throughout California and Arizona, receiving positive feedback from customers. Through these efforts, we have garnered significant indications of interest from our fleet industry outreach. We are excited to begin offering this new version and expanding our addressable market into the highly promising commercial and fleet space.”
Deliveries of a limited number of the SOLO Cargo EVs are expected to start in the second quarter of 2022.
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