Maxus T90 EV Pickup picks up MG Extender as base
Electric pickup truck: the T90 EV
Maxus is catching on in the Netherlands, that much is clear by now. After launching a full range of electric vans – the eDeliver3, eDeliver7 and eDeliver9 – Maxus now comes out with an electric pickup: the T90 EV. The car can be ordered immediately from 54,990 euros excluding VAT. The big question: what exactly do you get?
Cargo box dimensions
At least a cargo box with a length of 1,485 mm and a width of 1,510 mm. The cargo box has a special coating that prevents cargo from sliding and protects the cargo floor from wear and tear. The payload comes out to 925 kilograms.
The powertrain of the Maxus T90 EV Pick-up consists of a 130 kW (177 hp) electric motor with 310 Nm of torque that draws its energy from an 89 kWh battery pack. The T90 has rear-wheel drive. The T90 EV Pick-up may tow up to 1,000 kilograms braked. The range comes out to 471 kilometers in the WLTP city cycle and 330 kilometers in the combined WLTP cycle. Maxus’ pickup is suitable for AC charging (3-phase, 11kW) and fast charging (up to 80kW). In the latter case, you can drive another 100 kilometers after 20 minutes of charging.
Equipment Maxis T90 EV
The Maxus T90 EV comes standard with 17-inch wheels, a 10.25-inch multimedia system with Apple CarPlay, DAB+ and Bluetooth, a parking assist camera, leather upholstery, electrically adjustable seats, Smart key (for Keyless entry & start), a light and rain sensor and automatic climate control. Metallic paint is available at an additional cost of 650 euros excluding VAT.
Did you know.
The Maxus commercial vehicle brand is part of Chinese automaker SAIC Motor. By 2022, SAIC Motor sold 5.3 million cars worldwide. In Europe, Maxus has been on the market in several countries for many years. In the Netherlands, Maxus Motors Netherlands – part of Van Mossel Automotive Group – is responsible for Maxus’ sales and after-sales activities.