The E-Warrior makes use of dual DC electric motors – one per axle – that deliver 40 Nm (approximately 29 pound-feet) of torque and 15 kW (20.1 horsepower) each. Maximum speed is listed at 25 miles per hour, a reasonable pace given the vehicle's off-road focus. Towing capacity is impressive at 1,102 pounds and payload rating is a rather average 551 pounds.
When discussing battery-powered vehicles, range and price are primary concerns. With 40 miles of range, the E-Warrior can't take you deep into the backcountry, but let's not forget that its gasoline-powered counterparts would struggle at that task as well. Priced at £9,750 ($15,600 U.S. at the current exchange rate), the E-Warrior is far from cheap but, again, this is in line with its competition. Who would've thunk that off-roading could be so clean?
[Source: Green Car Congress]