Might-E Truck

Might-E Truck

The Might-E truck
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The Might-E truck

Made in Canada with Quality North American Automotive Parts.

Might-E Truck is a Neighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) ideal for use as an off-road work vehicle at campuses, malls, resorts, parks, airports and industries. Designed for low maintenance cost Might-E Truck outperforms combustion vehicles both financially and mechanically.


Might-E Truck is an electric powered mid size work vehicle. The truck utilizes automotive suspension and braking components and has a adjustable top speed of 25-40 Km/h (15-25 mph).

Available as a base cab and chassis or upfitted with a pickup box, flat deck, cube van, garbage tipper (high dump hopper) or customized for specific applications. Cabs are constructed of aluminum and composites and frames are steel for durability and long life. The 72V AC drive utilize regenerative braking and gives Might E-Truck superior durability, performance and range.


Programmable Speed – Up to 25 mph (40 km/hr)
Driving Range – 50 miles (90 km) load/terrain dependent
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating- 3000 lbs (1360 kg)
Dimensions (LxWxH) – 138″ x 53″ x 70″ (3.48×1.53×1.78 m)
Wheel Base – 72″ (1.83 m)
Track Width – 40″ (1.02 m)
Turning Radius – 12.5 ft (3.81 m)
Ground Clearance – 8″ (0.20 m)
Drawbar Pull – 925 lb (4.2.5 kN)
Load Capacity – Up to 300lbs depending on configuration
Wheels – 4
Brakes – 4 Wheel Disc Brakes

Steering Location – Left hand drive (RHD optional)

Anti Corrosion – Powder Coated Frame / Epoxy Painted Cab

Anti Corrosion – Cupro Nickel “Lifetime” brake lines / Stainless hardware on exterior locations


System Voltage – 72VDC Nominal
System Batteries – 16 kw (225 ah 12 x 6V) lead acid battery pack
Lighting – Headlamps, brake & tail lights, turn signals, hazard lights, back-up and dome interior light
Horn – Automotive style
Heating & Defrost – 1500W blower/heater unit
Motor – 72V 9Hp Contin. 29Hp Peak AC12, direct drive
Controller – 72V 550A AC Controller
DC/DC Converter – 72V to 12V DC to DC @ 30A
Wiring – Modular wire harness, weather protected connectors
Charger – 72V/12A @ 100 VAC-230 VAC on board charger (UL, CSA, CE) approved with built-in charger interlock


Cab aluminum & composites
Seating 2 adjustable seats
Restraints 3 point attachment, automotive retracting type
Doors aluminum with sliding windows
Door Locks Both doors, single key
Windshields Automotive safety glass
Windshield Wiper Automotive single speed
Mirrors Rear view internal, dual external
Frame Welded HD steel box tube
Bumper HD Spring steel (Front) – HD steel tubing (Rear)
Suspension Multi Leaf Springs
Suspension Double Wishbone Independent with Coil Springs
Tires Pneumatic All-Season 195/65R15
Steering Automotive rack & pinion
Brakes 4 Wheel Hydraulic Disc
Color White (standard)


Drive System – AC34 drive system 20Hp Contin. 49 Hp Peak
Steering – Power Steering
Tires – Off Road AT Tires – Turf Tires
Battery Upgrade – 19 kw (260 Ah) Lead Acid 16 kw (220 Ah) AGM
Battery Watering – Single point system
Battery Heating – 120V AC pad
120V AC Inverter – 300 to 1200 Watt
Seats – Suspension
Toolbox –Under slung side mounted
Hitch – 2″ Receiver
Dump System – Electromechanical 500 lb capacity or Hydraulic 1500lb capacity
Steering Location – Right hand drive
Back-up Beeper – Interrupted sound
Colors – Custom
Bed Styles

  • Flat bed with stake sides
  • Pickup box 80″ x 50″ x 9″
  • Van body with rear and/or side doors 80″x50″x48″
  • Service body custom built to order
  • Garbage tipper (high dump hopper)


  • AM/FM/Bluetooth Stereo
  • Strobe Light
  • Ladder Rack
  • Aluminum Wheels
  • Over-sized Side View Mirrors
  • Checker Plate Rear Fenders




  • The Might-E-Tuck carries all my tools and equipment very well and keeps it dry. I drove 46m (77km) on Friday, that is three trips across the island and back. My usual day is half that distance. I keep the truck plugged in everywhere I stop to work in order to allow me to drive all day. Thanks for your help in keeping me mobile, I love my truck.

    Wesley Mulvin Southern Gulf Electric Mayne Island
  • Sparky the Electric Truck is going to be famous! He's going to be on the website of the Minister of State for Climate Action.

    Michael Baxter, P. Eng. City Engineer City of Colwood
  • Thought I would take a moment to give you some feedback on the Mighty-E Truck to date. So far the Village crews are very happy with the performance of the vehicle and the run-time of the batteries. We had a pretty good chance to test the unit this past winter in fairly substantial snow conditions which we have not seen in the valley for a few years. For outdoor sports enthusiasts, it was great to see. The truck seemed to handle the snowy conditions very well and the batteries lasted for a full eight + hour shift, something our last electric vehicle could not do. We are very pleased with this product and the service we have received from Canadian Electric Vehicles. It makes our jobs that much easier. Thanks again for all the customer support your company provides.

    John Gysbers, Manager of Central Services Resort Municipality of Whistler, Member Partner, Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games
  • I thought you might be interested to see how we modified the unit for Materials Collection at the Zoo... The attached pics show her with her summer clothes on. In the winter, she sports a stylish Sander/Salter and keeps the walkways and paths of the Zoo clear of ice and snow. Working great through all weather conditions, and there are no complaints whatsoever from the staff.

    Steve Gilday Toronto Zoo