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All-Electric Compact Loaders

Meet the Bobcat T7X and S7X. 

The T7X and S7X are leading the compact equipment industry’s charge to an all-electric, emissions-free future. Since inventing the world’s first skid-steer loader more than 60 years ago, Bobcat Company has continued to develop leading innovations that move the equipment industry forward and redefine what is possible. With the Bobcat® T7X and S7X, the world’s first all-electric compact loader equipment, we’re inventing for the jobsites of tomorrow.

Award-Winning Technology

Review some of the recognition and accolades Bobcat has received as an industry leader and innovator. 

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A Bobcat S7X skid-steer loader scooping dirt with a bucket.

On-Demand Multifunctioning Performance

With the T7X and S7X all-electric loaders, you can simultaneously power the drive, lift and tilt functions without the noticeable power lag that is common among diesel/hydraulic machines. Operators can feel a distinct power increase over traditional loaders, with no performance tradeoffs when operating multiple functions at once. 

Closeup image of a S7X electric motor and components

Minimal Maintenance

With 50% fewer components, simple componentry, and 96% less fluid, you’ll drastically reduce maintenance and simplify troubleshooting with all-electric loaders.  

Closeup view of touch display inside S7X cab

Ultimate Bobcat Experience

The electric power system of the T7X and S7X takes Bobcat’s reputation for leading operator comfort to a whole new level, with drastically reduced noise and less vibration. Our all-electric compact loaders have familiar controls and instrumentation that are consistent with its diesel-powered counterparts.  

A Bobcat T7X compact track loader pushing into a mound of dirt.

Zero Emissions, Quiet Operation

Tackle tough jobs indoors where the alternative is often intensive and costly manual labor. The near-silent T7X & S7X can also be operated at all hours of the day, even where noise restrictions can otherwise limit work hours.

All-Electric Compact Loader Specifications
Rated Operating Capacity (ROC) (35% of tipping load) 
2900 lb. (1315 kg) 
Tipping Load
8429 lb. (3823 kg) 
Lift Arm Path
Operating Weight
11,970 lb. (5430 kg) 
Breakout Force- Lift 
7500 lb. (3401 kg) 
Breakout Force- Lift- Machine Limitation (hyd/tip)
Breakout Force- Tilt
8108 lb. (3678 kg) 
Travel Speed- Single Speed 
5.0 mph (8.9 km/hr.) 
Travel Speed- 2-Speed High
7.8 mph (12.6 km/hr.) 
Battery Type 
Lithium Ion 
Gross Battery Capacity
72.6 kWh 
System Voltage
336-465 VDC 
Peak Power
Approx. 80 kW (107 hp)  
Motor Type
Permanent Magnet (Brushless)  
CO2 Emissions
Bystander Noise Level per ISO 6396/ISO4871
Operator Position Noise Level per ISO 6396/ISO 4871
Fuel/ Cooling Fluids
Engine Oil with Filter Change Fluids
Engine Cooling System with Heater Fluids
Engine Cooling System without Heater Fluids
Hydraulic/Hydrostatic Reservoir Fluids
Drive Motor Brake Cavity (each) Fluids
.25 gal (1 qt) 
Electronics Coolant (environmentally friendly propylene glycol) Fluids
1.7 gal (6.4 qt) 
Air Conditioning Refrigerant (R-134a) Fluids
2.5 lb. (1.13 kg) 

Honest Reactions from Seasoned Equipment Operators

Blind Reactions: Bobcat T7X All-Electric Compact Track Loader

These diesel operators changed their minds on electric equipment once they tried our disguised Bobcat T7X all-electric compact track loader.

Diesel Compact Loaders vs. Electric: How Do They Compare?

Watch the award-winning Bobcat® T7X compact track loader make diesel operators rethink their opinions on electric equipment.

Operating Is Believing: The Quiet, Comfortable T7X

Watch our panel of diesel operators experience the comfort inside the cab of a Bobcat T7X all-electric compact track loader.

Frequently Asked Questions

Certain specification(s) are based on engineering calculations and are not actual measurements. Specification(s) are provided for comparison purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Specification(s) for your individual equipment will vary based on normal variations in design, manufacturing, operating conditions, and other factors.