Workhorse W-15
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Workhorse W-15
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Workhorse W-15
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Workhorse W-15
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Workhorse W-15
  • Image Credit: Workhorse
Workhorse W-15
  • Image Credit: Workhorse
Workhorse W-15
  • Image Credit: Workhorse
Workhorse W-15
  • Image Credit: Workhorse
Workhorse W-15
  • Image Credit: Workhorse
Workhorse W-15
  • Image Credit: Workhorse
Workhorse has announced it is now considering a consumer version of its W-15 plug-in hybrid pickup. The truck was unveiled earlier this month, and at the time was described as only for commercial use. In order to decide whether the company will offer the W-15 to a broader buying public, it has asked that anyone who'd want to register your interest on the Workhorse website.

It's not hard to see why the W-15 would be an appealing pickup for personal use. It's capable of driving an impressive 80 miles electric-only on a full charge. It also gets 32 mpg on the highway and 28 mpg in the city when the gasoline range extender is running. The efficiency comes with true truck capability in the form of a 2,200-pound payload capacity, 5,000-pound towing rating, and the ability to run power tools off of the battery when parked. It's also pretty quick thanks to electric motors producing 460 horsepower.

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