I doubt it, although it's possible. The Two-Mode hybrid transmission is a valuable and capable thing to waste as just a motor (although some people are now doing the same thing with Lexus hybrid transmissions), and it's not obvious that any electric-only operating mode would provide enough power... this vehicle was a never a plug-in hybrid, so it was never intended to have good performance on just the electric motors.
The motors in the Two-Mode were apparently identical and rated at 60 kW each. If it can be convinced to run both of them together that could be a 120 kW (160 hp) motor... less than a Chevrolet Bolt EV and less than any gasoline full-size pickup or SUV built for decades, but maybe enough depending on how you intend to use it.
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