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It goes 100 miles on a charge, or 175 with range extender.

Workhorse makes a bigger delivery EV with an automated drone to go the last mile.

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Besides the W-15 electric pickup, Workhorse is developing delivery drones, a personal flying machine, and what could be the next USPS mail truck.

Reinventing how we move people and products around is a big job.

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We talk to the man beating Tesla to the punch by electrifying the truck world.

"It's the most complicated thing we've done."

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It's like a drone for people.

The arms fold, meaning you can store it inside a garage.

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The W-15 is a PHEV pickup that promises to do 80 miles on a full charge. Workhorse says it has over 4,000 pre-orders of its truck and deliveries are planned to begin sometime next year.

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The tech, still in its infancy, shows promise for last-mile delivery.

Drones could make UPS more efficient, once they're ready.

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If any California company is wavering on a decision to buy Amp Holding's new all-electric utility vans, the state is certainly ready to tilt that decision in Amp's favor.