When you think of Scotland, your mind might immediately conjure up images of scenic landscapes, bagpipes, kilts, and historic castles. However, the country is now also home to a groundbreaking electric vehicle – the Munro M Series Electric SUV.

The Journey from MK_1 to M Series

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Five years. That’s how long it took Munro Vehicles to perfect its electric SUV, originally named the MK_1. The result of this half-decade of innovation? A state-of-the-art M Series SUV that delivers both power and efficiency.

M170 vs. M280: What’s the Difference?

While both the M170 and M280 belong to the M Series family, they cater to different needs:

  • M170: This variant is equipped with a 226 horsepower axial-flux motor. With a towing capacity of 4,960 pounds and an 85kWh battery, it promises 195 miles on a single charge.
  • M280: For those in search of more power, the M280 doesn’t disappoint. Its 375 horsepower axial-flux motor boasts an impressive tow rating of 7,716 pounds. Although it shares the same battery capacity and range with its M170 counterpart, the M280 pulls ahead with electronic features such as ABS, ESP, and traction control as standard offerings.

Additionally, both models possess permanent four-wheel-drive, ensuring a steady drive regardless of terrain.

Redefining Vehicle Design

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The M Series is a tribute to minimalism and utility. Eschewing the curves and sleek lines that dominate most modern vehicle designs, Munro Vehicles has embraced a squarer, more utilitarian aesthetic. This isn’t just an SUV; it’s a bold statement in the automotive world. Potential owners have the option to choose between a four-door pickup or a Defender 110-style wagon body – both equally striking in their rugged simplicity.

Get Yours Today

For those eager to experience Scotland’s latest automotive marvel, the wait is over. Both the M170 and M280 are currently open for orders. The M Series is not just an electric SUV; it’s a testament to Scotland’s innovation and commitment to a sustainable future.