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Nikola Badger Hydrogen Ute

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July 29 3 minute read

The hydrogen-powered Nikola Badger ute is expected to test the market in Australia with unit reservations now open.

Nikola Badger

Nikola founder and executive chair, Trevor Milton, tweeted about the vast interest in the brand and their goal to disrupt the trucking industry with three hydrogen-fuelled trucks and the Badger electric ute.

Nikola Badger

Pre-Orders

The Badger is the only ute to be offered by the company which was founded in 2015.

Two models are available to pre-order. The BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle) has a 300-mile (482-kilometre) range and starts from US$60,000. The FCEV (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle) has a 600-mile (965-kilometre) range and starts from US$80,000.

Nikola Badger

Nikola Badger Specs

How about specs? “The Badger will output 906HP, 980ft. lbs with 600 miles of range” said Milton. Performance figures are around 675kW/1330Nm.

Nikola Badger

Towing Capacity is expected to be at 8000 pounds (3600kg), slightly more than the 3.5 tonnes offered by most diesel-powered Utes in Australia.

Nikola Badger

The Badger measures 5890mm long, 2180mm wide and 1870mm high, roughly the same size as a dual-cab Ford F-150.

Badger Production ETA

“I have been working on this pick-up program for years and believe the market is now ready for something that can handle a full day’s worth of work without running out of energy” said Milton.

Nikola Badger

The Nikola Badger is due to be unveiled in full in September 2020 with production commencing in 2021.

See more of the latest vehicles in our 4×4 News.

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James Mandy is an avid traveller and adventurer into off-road driving, fishing and camping. If he’s not out on the trails with his family, he’s at the beach on his stand-up-paddle board or barbecuing. James loves coffee, has experience in planning and coordinating state and national club-style events, and enjoys capturing the moment with photo and video.