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Its first new vehicle in 60 years, Meyers Manx unveils an all-electric version of its coveted dune buggy with the Manx 2.0 Electric. The all-terrain vehicle will be availble with two battery options: a 20kWh option with 150 miles of range and a 40kWh model with 202 hp, 240 lb-ft of torque and 300 miles of range. Manx 2.0 comes with an onboard 6kW charging system and it can also be fitted with a DC fast charging system for charging at up to 60kW. The rear-wheeld-drive Manx 2.0 will get from 0-60 in 4.5 seconds (40kWh model) and will also feature an all-aluminum monocoque construction, independent rear suspension, front and rear disc brakes with regenerative rear brakes, electric assist steering, and an electric e-brake. 

Pre-orders will be available on August 19th and the first 50 cars will be delivered to 'Beta' program customers in 2023.

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