Built as an industrial vehicle, the new 2.8P Fat Truck is meant to carry your tools and materials to the job site, no matter what kind of terrain it has to cope with to get there. Designed as the pickup version of the Fat Truck, it facilitates working in hard-to-reach job sites.
The new truck boasts a payload capacity of 2,200 lbs (1,000 kg) and has a passenger capacity of eight people. Two can sit in the front and the other six in the rear. This new fat boy measures 146,5 in (3,720 mm) in length, 100 in (2,540 mm) in width, and 103 in (2,620 mm) in height. It comes in an open cab or closed canopy version.
Zeal Motor can travel at speeds of up to 25 mph (40 kph) and can climb steep muddy hills up to a 75 grade. When at its maximum payload, it has a footprint of 1.6 psi, which the company says is five times less than a human footprint.
A plethora of options are available for the machine, depending on how versatile you need it to be. You can opt for an additional battery, front and rear shackles, studs for ice, a backup camera, directional light with remote control, an electronic inclinometer, a ventilation fan, a cold-weather package, a rear ladder, high-speed capstan, water tank, storage box, tow package, transportation trailer, transportation rack, and amphibious trailer, to name just the most important of them.
Zeal Motor hasn’t specified a price for the 2.8P Fat Truck yet, but you can see it displayed today and until September 30, at the Utility Expo in Louisville, Kentucky. It will be in booth N1819.
You can also check out the video below with the 2.8C version of the Fat Truck, just to get a taste of this machine’s overall capabilities.