2023 LDV EDV T60 ute Introduced

2023 LDVEDV T60 ute – The 2023 LDVEDV T60 ute could possibly be Australia’s first fully-electric mass-produced vehicle. LDV introduced the EV T60 in New Zealand last week. It outperformed the Rivian R1T, Tesla Cybertruck, and Ford F-150 Lightning battery-powered models. The EV T60 ute’s electric motor is a single one that produces 130kW and 310Nm of power to its rear axle. One 88.5kWh battery gives you 325km of driving range.

2023 LDV EV T60
2023 LDV EV T60

2023 LDV EDV T60 ute Review

LDV representatives in Australia weren’t forthcoming about plans for EV T60, but it is believed that they are currently planning for their future electric portfolio. Chinese carmaker Maxus sells the Maxus brand overseas. The company also sells the all-electric, electric eDeliver 9 commercial van in right-hand-drive markets such as the UK and New Zealand. The eDeliver 9 comes with three batteries packs and three bodies, as well as a cab chassis.

2023 LDV EV T60 Specs
2023 LDV EV T60 Specs

Engine

The 150kW/310Nm motor gives the electric LDV van slightly more power. The largest 88.5kWh lithium-ion battery can power it for 353 km.

2023 LDV EV T60 Interior
2023 LDV EV T60 Interior

2023 LDV EDV T60 ute Price & Release Date

New Zealand has not yet announced the pricing of the EV-60 ute. The eDeliver 9 is priced at NZ$75990 to NZ$82990 (AU$70790-$773,312) and comes with generous government subsidies. LDV NZ also offers a smaller eDeliver3 commercial van starting at NZ$57489 (AU$53 5,550).