Future Electric Pickup Trucks: What's Coming Soon

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Pickup Trucks: The Future is Electric

No segment of the automotive landscape is moving toward an electrified future faster than the pickup truck marketplace. In the next few years, at least six new battery-electric models are expected to be available to consumers. Even more are rumored.

That doesn't count the mild hybrids and full-hybrid trucks that are already here.

Some new trucks will come from the country's legacy automakers, such as Ford and GMC, while others will come from manufacturers that you've never heard of, including Bollinger Motors, Rivian, and Lordstown Motors. Because of delays typical in the design and production of all-new vehicles – and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic – you should consider all predictions of when the trucks will arrive as optimistic estimates.

On the following pages, we'll look at the raft of all-new electric pickup trucks that will soon be traveling America's roads. We'll start by discussing why they make sense, then look at models automakers have formally introduced. We'll finish by discussing several others that are rumored to be on the way, as well as one formerly promising model that's unlikely to ever see the light of day.

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