The W-15 is an electric pickup truck from Workhouse Group.

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The W-15 will travel the first 80 miles on all-electric power.

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After that a gas-powered generator kicks in, powering the electric motor for an additional 310 miles. 

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The onboard generator is lifted directly from BMW's superhybrid, the i8.

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There aren't too many extended-range electrics that look like they want to punch you in the face, but the W-15 is one of 'em.

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There is a 7.2-kilowatt power exporter that can power tools without the truck running.

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Payload capacity is 2,200 pounds and the W-15 can tow 5,000 pounds.

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The electric truck will cost $52,500 and will be available to consumers in the first half of 2019.

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Scroll through for more photos of this one-of-a-kind truck.

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