Frequently Asked Questions
What Is a Zero-Emission Vehicle?
Where are the vehicles manufactured?
What is the driving range of the Phoenix SUT?
How do you charge the vehicle?
Does the vehicle have air-conditioning?
How much power does the motor have?
Are both standard and rapid chargers included?
What is the warranty on the vehicle?
What is the towing capacity?
Are Phoenix vehicles front or rear wheel drive?
A: A zero-emission vehicle has:
- No tailpipe emissions
- No evaporative emissions
- No emissions from gasoline refining or sales
- No onboard emission-control systems that can deteriorate over time
A: Initial vehicle assembly will take place in Ontario, California.
A: Phoenix has developed a battery agnostic drive-train, providing two unique battery solutions to achieve a 70 mile and 100 mile range option.
A: Each Phoenix comes with an integrated on-board 7kW charger that plugs into a US Standard SAE J1772 EVSE (Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment) Vehicle Charger. With 220V power your vehicle can be fully charged in 5 to 6 hours. You also have a separate fast charge connector to utilize faster direct DC charging.
A: Air Conditioning is a standard feature for the Phoenix SUT. Each vehicle also comes standard with heating, power windows and locks.
A: Electric vehicles have a unique ability to utilize full torque from zero, unlike traditional internal combustion engines. Our motors offer 413 foot pounds of torque.
A: An onboard charger is included which will allow for 5 to 6 hour charging from a EVSE charger from 220V power source (Level 2 charging). An off board charger connector is available to take advantage of rapid charging, but not the off board charger itself (Level 3 charging).
A: The Phoenix SUT has a standard 3 year /36,000 mile warranty. Battery and drive-train warranty will comply with EPA and CARB requirements.
A: Phoenix vehicles are not ideal for towing, as it drastically decreases the range and limits performance.
A: Phoenix vehicles now come in a sophisticated All-Wheel Drive (AWD) configuration.