Electric Utility Vehicle - Facility Management Product Release
The eM™ 1400 features a 1,400-pound payload capacity and a rear cargo-carrying capacity of 1,100 pounds. The zero-emission vehicle features a 7 horsepower motor, independent rear suspension, and front struts to ensure transport and towing up to 1,250 pounds. The vehicle reaches a top speed of 19 mph and ranges up to 45 miles per charge, depending on temperature, grade, payload, and driving style.
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