Callum unveiled the Callum Skye, the brand’s high-performance multi-terrain electric vehicle, created for on- and off-road adventures.
Callum Skye is the company’s first own brand vehicle fully conceived, designed and engineered in-house.
Breaking new ground for Callum and the industry, Skye occupies a distinctive space in the automotive landscape. Distinguished from counterparts in the compact multi-terrain vehicle segment, occupants are fully enclosed in a comfortable, refined cabin environment with a purposeful 2+2 layout. Its sophisticated design language results in a commanding yet elegant sculpted form, focused on its rugged practical capabilities and off-road prowess.
Meticulously designed and engineered to be exhilarating and rewarding on-road, the all-electric, all-wheel-drive Callum Skye is exceedingly capable off-road, underpinned by a durable technical specification at its core. Measuring 4,047mm in length and 1,900mm in width, Skye uses a rugged space frame chassis with trail-capable suspension that delivers appropriate ground clearance as well as comfort and compliance across diverse terrains. Its 42kWh lithium-ion battery endows it with an anticipated range of 170 miles, with customers able to specify an advanced, ultra-fast charging battery capable of a remarkable empty-to-full charge in under ten minutes. With a target dry weight of 1,150kg and impeccably balanced 50/50 weight distribution, the Callum Skye is expected to accelerate 0-60mph in under four seconds.
Whether journeying on meandering roads, grassy paddocks, crisp gravel tracks, pristine sand or snow-clad landscapes, it’s ready for its next adventure. With its fully enclosed cabin, there’s no need for specialist or protective attire to drive it; Callum’s mission is to offer unfettered fun and enjoyment without mess or hassle. Significantly quieter than ICE equivalents, it is poised to capture attention while leaving nothing but tread tracks behind.
Callum Skye is undergoing diligent engineering refinement and rigorous testing in the UK and Europe ahead of releasing details of definitive specifications and curated variants, each finely tailored for focused on- or off-road use, in spring 2024.