- Tesla Cybertruck – An exercise in stainless-steel origami, the truck has thousands of pre-orders despite or because of its radical design
- Ford F-150 EV – Ford’s F-Series has been the most popular vehicle in the U.S. for generations, and the company promises to defend its turf in EVs
- GMC Hummer – General Motors (GM) is reviving the SUV brand name for electric pickups (See Vehicle News, pg. 29)
- Rivian R1T – The EV startup will also make Lincoln EVs for Ford Motor Co. and delivery vans for Amazon
- Lordstown Motors Endurance – Another startup operating out of GM’s former Ohio plant, the truck will use in-wheel motors to eliminate drivetrain components
- Bollinger B2 – Set to be the most powerful and most expensive ($125,000 starting price) EV truck, the B2 is nearly as angular as the Cybertruck
- Nikola Badger – Due out late this year, the 906hp Badger comes from a company that has been working on EV Class 8 trucks
In addition, GM and Toyota have hinted that electric or plug-in hybrid trucks are in the works.
The big question will be how the market will respond to this glut of truck options, making the response to 2021’s EV Pickup Wars a big test for eMobility’s future.