Is Munro MK1 better than Tesla’s Cybertruck in a battle of boxiness ?

The upstart automaker from Scotland, Munro Vehicles, is all about the sharp edges

and a boxy build as we can see with its MK1.

Munro recently announced its flagship EV which is designed to be a 4x4 that’s fully capable in off-road conditions.

Munro designed the MK1 to handle commercial uses,

so it can carry up to 2,200 pounds of cargo while also being able to tow up to 7,700 lbs.

The Scottish automaker is offering the MK1 in a few configurations,

including the choice between a 220kW or 280kW motor and the option of a 61kWh or a 82kWh battery pack.

The larger battery pack offers up to 190 miles and up to 16 hours of off-road usage on a single charge.

The MK1 can be fully charged in 3.5 hours on a 22kW AC outlet,

but can also fast charge in 30 minutes using DC fast chargers.

The Munro MK1 will top out at 80 mph, has a peak torque of 700 Nm,

and will hit 0 to 60 mph in 4.9 seconds with the 280kW motor installed.