ATLIS is now developing an all-electric car platform, patented batteries cells and packs, and the charging infrastructure needed to charge the battery for 500 miles of range in under 15 minutes. ATLIS is now taking reservations in advance for Atlis XT trucks. Atlis Motor Vehicles says prototypes of its electric pickup XT truck are the first to go on production, featuring a 300, 400, or 500-mile battery pack that recharges in under 15 minutes.
Atlis Motor Vehicles says XT can be configured for as much as 500 miles per charge when you choose the larger battery package. Atlis Motor Vehicles claims that the 19 can travel 500 miles per charge, and has the muscle needed to tow a trailer and do other jobs not possible in a passenger-oriented EV pickup. Atlis Motors manufactures its battery cells for AMV in its Mesa, Ariz., location, and is developing the cells and packs that will power its XP platform and the XP Battery-electric Pickup with 300-500-mile range.
Atlis Motors is developing an electric truck it says will be capable of matching towing and payload capabilities of diesel-powered vehicles, and be best for use in agriculture, utilities, and the construction sector. ATLIS Innovators are building a platform for electric truck technology for heavy-duty and light-duty utility trucks used in agriculture, utility, and construction industries. To address towing and payload capabilities of traditional diesel-powered vehicles, Atlis Motor Vehicles is also developing patented battery technologies, electric motors, and a modular systems architecture to build high-capacity, high-output, and rapid-charging utility trucks that can be customized for customers needs.
In another agreement, In February, Atlis Motor Vehicles signed a joint venture with an undisclosed military supplier to transform Humvees into EVs. The military supplier will leverage the Atlis XP platform to develop, design, and produce military-grade equipment for U.S. and foreign allies. As part of the deal, the company will develop XPs all-electric platform for medium- to light-duty, gasoline- and diesel-powered utility vehicles. Atlis Motors, an EV startup, will leverage its fully electric car platform to develop its self-driving defence products and specialty commercial products.
The XP platform is the only complete electric vehicle solution with skateboard capabilities for conversion from traditional Internal Combustion Engine vehicle (ICE) to EV, and EV startup Atlis Motors plans to start production in late 2022. The standard XP platform is composed of two identical modular driving systems located at the front and back of an EV utility truck, four drive motors, independent suspension, a wire-drive system, and an ATLIS battery unit.
The Atlis XT electric pickup is based on the Atlis XP Skateboard Platform, featuring a plug-and-play modular architecture allowing users to transform their vehicles from a pickup to a box truck to a flatbed. The Atlis XT electric pickup will provide the atlis is calling its best-in-class 17,000-pound towing capacity.
Atlis will also sell as a plug-and-play standalone modular electric chassis (or skateboard) to builders looking for a Class 2B through 6 medium-heavy-duty platform for box trucks, dump trucks, delivery vehicles, RVs, and other heavy-duty applications. Both companies plan to collaborate on developing an ATLIS-specific, white-label market that allows buyers of ATLIS XT trucks to buy, lease, and insure their vehicles from any digital device. Atlis Motors XT trucks are basically pickups capable of handling large jobs, so its early target market will be customers that ATLIS Chief Executive Officer Mark Hanchett describes as Class Two, Class Three customers, like utilities and cable companies, not the Ford F-150 crowd, at least at first.
Despite starting small, Hanchett is sure that its bigger push, featuring rapid-charging batteries, will make a difference soon, just as the automotive industry is working hard to get consumers and business customers to switch from ICE-powered vehicles to battery-powered ones. FreightWaves Atlis CEO shares his journey from developing Tasers to crowdfunding trucks 1 min read Mark Hanchett, CEO and founder of Atlis Motor Vehicles, talks about his companys unusual method for raising money.
MESA, Ariz., April 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Atlis Motor Vehicles (ATLIS), a startup mobility tech company developing an electric utility truck, as well as the batteries and motors that power the electric utility truck, announced a collaboration with world-class vehicle powertrain component supplier VCST to support the development of its products. SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — January 19, 2022 — QAD Inc., a leading provider of adaptive, cloud-based enterprise software and services for global manufacturing companies, today announced that Atlis Motor Vehicles (ATLIS), a startup mobility technology company, will implement QAD Inc.s Adaptive ERP and other solutions in the Adaptive Applications portfolio, including QAD EQMS (Enterprise Quality Management System), QAD SRM (Supplier Relationship Management), QAD Demand and Delivery, QAD Automation Solutions and Advanced Warehousing, combined with the capabilities of the Enterprise Platform.
So far, Lordstown Motors claims that Endurance will boast 250 miles of range thanks to the battery packs 109kW. Hannchetts plans for Atlis XT electric pickup exceed what others are capable of reaching the market, yet remain affordable (about $45,000 at MSRP). Atlis claims a 1 million-mile lifetime for its 250-kWh battery pack, and can fully recharge (from zero charge) in 15 minutes using its 1.5-MWh proprietary charger – but also has the usual charging capabilities from the CCS 2.0 (pictured).