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Stealth Introduces Night Hawk 4x4

July 29, 2011  | 

Stealth has introduced the Night Hawk 4x4 off-road electric vehicle.

The Night Hawk features a 72-volt, 30-hp electric motor that generates 130 ft. lbs. of peak torque. The high-capacity, 12-volt deep-cycle batteries provide a 30-plus-mile range on a full charge. The vehicle arrives with a dash-mounted battery fuel gauge.

The Night Hawk performs within a temperature range of -13 F to 125 F. The Night Hawk also features a forward and reverse switching system and onboard 13-amp charger.

Other features include a four-wheel drive with 71Z2-inch lift, marine quality compass, 800-pound-rated heavy duty rear leaf springs and 25-inch mud-lite six-ply off-road tires.

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Jack @ 6/18/2012 6:13 PM

This vehicle does not have a 30 mile range. It is more like 15. The 13 amp charger does not significantly extend range as the powered required on a flat hard surface is over 100 amps. Not worth the investment.

bill @ 11/8/2014 6:52 PM

My 72 volt night hawk is over heating after 30 min any body help me

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