LDV has announced Australian pricing and specifications for its first electric dual-cab ute, the eT60, but it’s not cheap
The electric ute will be priced from $92,990 before on-road costs and will be the first of its kind to launch locally.
The eT60 will be rear-wheel drive and will be powered by a 130kW/310Nm electric motor. Battery size for the new eT60 is 88.55kWh.
In terms of electric range, the eT60 will be able to travel 330km (WLTP) on a single charge.
For tradies and others wanting to carry and tow with the new eT60, total payload capacity is rated at 1000kg, while towing capacity is also rated at 1000kg.
The LDV eT60 is set to go on sale in Australia in 2023.
The eT60 electric ute comes fitted with the following features as standard:
The LDV eT60 includes a five year, 160,000km warranty, an eight year, 160,000km battery warranty and five years of roadside assist.
LDV’s eT60 electric ute comes standard with driver and front passenger, side and full length curtain airbags, however it does not have features such as AEB, lane departure warning or lane-keep assist as standard.
However, a reversing camera, rear parking sensors and hill-start assist are included.
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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