[From $36,000; alphamotorinc.com]
Choosing up the Future
Someday in 2022, the Tesla meeting line in Texas will begin populating American roads with the wildest-looking truck in many years. Although boss Elon Musk continues to tweak, the ultimate manufacturing mannequin ought to look (and carry out) similar to the stainless steel-sided, electrical Armageddon-mobile we’ve all glimpsed. If it delivers on Musk’s guarantees, the tri-motor Cybertruck will hit 60 mph in 2.9 seconds. (On Earth, that’s. No numbers out there for Mars.)
[From $39,900; tesla.com]
King of the (Electrical) Off Highway
These seeking to go off the grid whereas barely making a sound ought to take into account the Rivian R1T, an all-electric pickup constructed to deal with powerful trails. It’s going to get there through an all-wheel-drive setup that depends on 4 electrical motors—one for every wheel, together with 14 inches of floor clearance and a physique able to fording almost 43 inches of water. It would look extra typical in type than the Cybertruck, however the R1T is loaded with cool, utilitarian design options, like a 65-inch gear tunnel, excellent for stashing a snowboard.
[From $67,500; rivian.com]
The New Normal
The all-electric F-150 Lightning may be essentially the most revolutionary electrical truck but, because it rockets the perennial best-seller towards a greener future. With a purpose to convert even the staunchest electrical skeptics, Ford is constructing the quickest, and in some ways most succesful, F-150 ever, with twin motors that produce as much as 563 horsepower and 775 lb-ft of torque. Inside, there’s a five-seat cabin with loads of tech, and up entrance you’ll discover a large frunk. Essentially the most shocking factor in regards to the Lightning isn’t that it’s electrical—it’s how a lot of an F-150 it nonetheless is.