All-electric vehicles have been focusing on sedans, supercars, and the occasional SUV every once in a while. However, after the debut of the Tesla Cybertruck, it looks like there’s an upsurge in demand for zero-emission workhorses. While Elon Musk’s latest project is evidently futuristic, the aesthetics is not everyone’s cup of tea. Hence, competitors are now in full gear to deliver alternatives that will appeal to the masses. Neuron is a Los Angeles, California-based company that is stepping up the plate to give us something remarkable. The T.ONE certainly has the looks, but we want to find out if it has what it takes to back it up.

We love how Neuron is not going overboard with the design. It seems to be an adequate blend of modern with a just a splash of cutting-edge to its appearance. Nevertheless, the star of the show here is the modular nature of this vehicle. The company is marketing the T.ONE as an adaptable platform that will service whatever the buyer needs. Depending on your fancy, you can customize your EV exactly the way you want it.

So far, Neuron is providing some samples on their official webpage. We find it cool that the company can adjust the cab for three or four passengers (including the operator).  Meanwhile, you want to sacrifice some cargo space, the T.ONE can be modified to accommodate up to six people. Equally notable are the configurations available such as a van, truck, or as a hauler for gooseneck trailers. The company has yet to divulge more about its electric powertrain, mileage, and performance.

Customise your T.ONE here

Images courtesy of Neuron