Trucks of the Future: Upcoming Electric Trucks on the Horizon

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Electric trucks are going to become significant players in the automotive industry. People are now looking into them to get one for themselves in the future. If you’re not sure which electric truck you should get, we got you covered. We will be discussing four electric trucks coming to the market in the coming years. Let’s start with the GMC brand.


GMC Hummer EV and GMC Sierra EV

We’ll start strong and talk about two electric trucks coming from GMC: the Hummer and Sierra EV. Mind you, these are just EV models of the Hummer and the Sierra series, but they are certainly unique and powerful in their way.

The GMC Hummer EV is looking like the electric truck of the future. If the speculations are right, its three electric motors have 1.000 horsepower and 11,500 lb/ft torque between them. That’s better than any other modern pickup truck today. Moreover, we believe that it can go zero to sixty in three seconds with this amount of power.

On the other hand, there isn’t much we know about the GMC Sierra EV, aside from its 400 miles per charge range. If the GMC Sierra is a reasonable basis for this EV, we can expect the base model to tow about 13,000 pounds. Its engine could also be around 400 horsepower, a quarter of the GMC Hummer EV’s predicted horsepower. However, it’s expected that the GMC Sierra EV will be a lot cheaper, making it appealing for businessmen.

These GMC EVs are looking great for the market. However, they aren’t the only ones in the field of electric trucks.

Tesla Cybertruck

The Tesla Cybertruck stole the hype for electric trucks when it was revealed a couple of years ago. However, it got mixed reviews, with some remarking how ugly the truck looks and others protecting it and stating that it’s revolutionizing the way we see trucks forever.

The Cybertruck certainly looks different from many modern trucks out there. It seems like something that’s out from sci-fi movies. Moreover, it seems like a vehicle you’d drive on Mars. But if we’re talking about performance, the Cybertruck outperforms other electric trucks in the market. It’s claimed to be dentproof and scratchproof, can drive for 500 miles with a single charge, and can go zero to sixty in mere three seconds. No other truck is like the Cybertruck. However, the vehicle’s main strength is also its main weakness.

Here’s the problem we have with the Cybertruck. It’s not like any other pickup truck out there. It doesn’t have a cargo bed, and its hitch doesn’t look all that resilient, either. So if you want a hitch on this truck, you’re going to need a hitch installation service to help you out. They better be good at doing it as well because it doesn’t seem like this truck supports any other hitch or any cargo bed for that matter, both of which are fundamental for trucks.

So it performs like a truck but lacks the essentials of a truck. It’s a weird dilemma we have here because it also has one of the highest ranges of its kind. However, maybe we shouldn’t think about the Cybertruck too much. Tesla has pulled it out of its production timeline, so it might be some time before we might see any news about it, assuming that it’s still under production.

Lordstown Endurance

It’s crucial that we also talk about the underdogs in this race. Lordstown is a new brand and a startup in the automotive industry. The company claims to fully concentrate on building reliable and sophisticated electric trucks in the market, and Endurance certainly shows that.

Lordstown Endurance doesn’t look like any other electric truck. Instead, the truck looks like the combination of Tesla’s Cybertruck and Ford’s F-150 Lightning but in a good way. It looks sleek and can be a good competitor against the GMC Hummer EV when it comes to looks. But for pickup trucks, performance matter a lot more than looks. Thankfully, the Endurance can also perform as one of the best electric trucks in the market.

This electric truck comes with a 600 horsepower engine, making it a lot more powerful than most traditional gasoline-powered and diesel-powered trucks in the market. It has a towing capacity of 6,000 pounds, which isn’t all that great but still works out with the overall package. Lastly, the Endurance is expected to have a range between 250 and 300 miles. This is less than the GMC Hummer EV and the Tesla Cybertruck, but it still works out fairly well for its price point.

Now, it’s time to talk about price. It’s estimated that this truck will be sold for around $50,000. A bit higher than the average price of traditional trucks but still affordable. This means that it’s a decent truck for its price point.

So here are four of the best electric trucks coming soon. They perform above modern standards, making them attractive options for those who want to get an electric truck in the future.


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James Wheeler

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