Silent Yet Deadly: Monster Truck Bigfoot Goes Electric

bigfoot-evNisan Leaf owners, eat your hearts out. The latest incarnation of famed monster truck Bigfoot, the 20th in a long line of car-crushing vehicles to sport that name, has done the unthinkable: It’s gone electric. Taking EVs to new heights, Bigfoot #20 is built from a new fiberglass fame necessary to support the 1,375 pounds of batteries needed to power the metal mashing monster.

…and how adorable is it that a monster truck sounds just like a RC car now Winking smile

Bigfoot #20 is an experimental model and not destined to see much action in monster truck events. This prototype Bigfoot EV "will be used in static displays and parades, but as we become more experienced with the electric power unit, battery maintenance, controller adjustments, drive lines and weather, our fans may just see it perform car crushes or even compete in monster truck shows."

Source: Earth Techling

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