What Company Makes an Electric Pickup Truck?

Electric pickup trucks are becoming increasingly popular as more people are looking for eco-friendly alternatives to traditional gas-powered vehicles. Companies like Tesla and Rivian have been the pioneers in this space, but there are many other manufacturers now entering the market.

Ford recently announced that they will be releasing an all-electric F-150 in 2021, while GM has unveiled their electric Hummer. Other companies such as Bollinger Motors, Workhorse and Lordstown Motors have also announced plans to manufacture electric pickups.

Tesla is currently the leader in the electric pickup truck market. Their Cybertruck has seen tremendous interest since it was revealed in November 2019, with over 250,000 pre-orders being placed.

Tesla’s Cybertruck is expected to have a range of up to 500 miles and will feature a stainless steel exoskeleton designed for extreme durability. It will also come with a number of features that make it stand out from its competitors such as bulletproof windows and an integrated air suspension system.

Rivian is another major player in the electric pickup truck market. Their R1T model was recently unveiled at the LA Auto Show and is expected to go into production later this year.

The R1T has a range of up to 400 miles and can go from 0 – 60 mph in just 3 seconds. It also features a unique skateboard design that allows for four different powertrain configurations.

Ford is another company that has entered the electric pickup truck market with their upcoming F-150 model. The F-150 will have up to 300 miles of range and will feature a number of advanced driver assistance systems such as adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking and more.

Conclusion: There are many companies now producing electric pickup trucks including Tesla, Rivian, Ford and GM. Each company offers its own unique features that make them stand out from their competitors. For those looking for an eco-friendly alternative to traditional gas powered vehicles, there are plenty of options available on the market today.

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Karen Watkins