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Volcon Debuts Its Stag UTV, Touts It as the Most Cutting-Edge Off-Road Vehicle

Touted as the most cutting-edge off-road vehicle in its class, Volcon’s Stag UTV (utility task vehicle) aims to redefine the off-road experience, promising “exhilarating performance” and unmatched driving experience.
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Volcon has only been around for two years now but has already made the headlines a couple of times: first with its all-terrain electric motorcycle Grunt and then with its less powerful, kid-friendly sibling, the Runt. The former can hit 40 mph (64 kph) and offers ranges of up to 75 miles (120 km) per charge, thanks to its 2.0 kWh battery. Its smaller brother, Runt, offers 35 miles (56 km) per one battery charge, three riding modes and parental controls so that parents can always keep an eye on their little riders. There’s no info on the wheeler’s top speed.

With the new Stag, Volcon has stepped into four-wheeled territory, with the UTV being suitable for a wide range of riders from beginners and outdoor adventurers to hard-working professionals and powersports enthusiasts. The Stag packs a 107 kW motor that delivers up to 360 Nm of torque and can produce an output of more than 140 hp in its Overboost mode.

If the terrain allows it, the Stag can hit a top speed of 80 mph (130 kph). Volcon’s UTV is powered by a 42 kWh battery that promises ranges of more than 100 miles (161 km), depending on the riding mode you're in. When using Level 2 charging, the vehicle can be charged in less than six hours. The Stag has a towing capacity of 2,000 lb (907 kg).

Volcon’s Stag comes with on-demand 4WD and when activated, the off-road capabilities of the UTV are enhanced and its stability increased. Tech-packed and designed so that you can share all the important moments as easy as possible, Stag comes with two built-in cameras and you can also add more cameras as accessories. There’s also onboard computing hardware to process video clips, a dedicated app, and a sim card based on the user’s cellular service plan and coverage.

Reservations for Volcon’s Stag UTV are now open, with the vehicle starting at $40,000. The UTV is expected to arrive in dealerships next summer.



Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third-party.

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