Polaris has revealed a new all-electric UTV, the Ranger XP Kinetic, marking the first vehicle they’ve produced in collaboration with Zero Motorcycles.

Made for farmers, hunters, and all the hardworking outdoorsy types, this side-by-side EV packs some serious power for any job. It has 110 horsepower and 140 pound-feet of torque, which according to Polaris, represents 35% more power and two times more torque than any other UTV on the market.

Check out the video below to see the Ranger XP Kinetic in action.

Performance and Power

People primarily use utility terrain vehicles for hauling heavy loads up terrain where standard trucks just can’t reach. The new Ranger is undoubtedly up for the task, boasting a towing capacity of 2,500 lbs and a hauling capacity of 1,250 lbs.

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Using an electric vehicle for towing can drain the battery faster. To help diversify your charging options, Polaris has installed the UTV with Level 1 and 2 charging cables compatible with either a 120-volt or 240-volt plug.

The Ranger XP Kinetic has been “torture-tested in extreme conditions and treacherous terrain”

Polaris Ranger XP Kinetic

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The Polaris Ranger XP Kinetic will come in two trim levels, each with different battery capacities. The Premium trim comes with a 14.9kWh battery, which promises a range of up to 45 miles. The Ultimate trim sports a 29.8kWh battery for an estimated 80 miles of range. The Ultimate trim also features an infotainment system and dash-mounted speakers.

The Premium and Ultimate Rangers will be priced at $24,999 and $29,999, respectively. While more expensive than similar gas-powered vehicles, Polaris hopes the reduced maintenance costs can justify the price. For example, the Ranger XP Kinetic won’t require oil changes, filter replacements, spark plugs, or clutch maintenance. All part of the long-term benefits of going electric.

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Polaris and Zero Motorcycles have signed a 10-year agreement to expand its lineup of electric vehicles. The end goal is to completely electrify Polaris’ lineup by 2025, starting with off-road EVs such as ATVs, UTVs, and even snowmobiles.