Most Anticipated Electric Trucks Coming Soon
The popularity of electric vehicles has spread to vehicles other than cars for quite some time now.
We are now seeing electric trucks, electric boats and electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles all over the world in an effort to reduce CO2 emissions as part of the fight against climate change.
Although there are electric trucks available such as Rivian’s R1T and Ford’s F-150 Lightningthere are many more electric trucks to come.
Let’s see the most anticipated electric trucks that will be rolling out soon.
Lordstown Engines originally announced that 1,000 Endurance trucks would be produced in September 2021, but the team behind the truck now expects deliveries to begin later this year.
The Endurance pickup relies on four in-wheel motors for propulsion. Elaphe’s L-1500 Endurance In-Wheel motors will power the electric truck.
So far, Lordstown Motors says the truck will have a range of 250 miles (402 km) thanks to its 109 kWh battery. The vehicle will produce 600 horsepower and have a towing capacity of 6,000 lb (2,721 kg).
The automaker is now accepting $1,000 deposits for pre-orders, and the truck is expected to have a starting price of $52,500.
Atlis motor vehicles announced that production of the XT will begin in late 2022, which will likely result in an early 2023 delivery date in 2019. The company says its XT electric pickup truck can be configured to travel up to 500 miles per charge in selecting the largest battery.
Along with the long reach, the towing capacity is impressive up to 35,000 pounds. Payload is listed up to 5,000 pounds, which is just as high.
The vehicle is considered a full size truck and offers either a 6.5 or 8 foot bed. XT Pickup owners will be able to choose from a 300, 400 or 500 mile battery with capacities ranging from 125 kWh to 250 kWh. A maximum of 12,000 lb-ft. of torque will be available at the wheels.
2022 Chevrolet Silverado Electric
Chevrolet’s way of competing with Ford’s F-150 Lightning is by producing an electric version of its Silverado truck.
The Chevrolet Silverado will be a full-size pickup that combines technology, style and performance. The four-wheel drive will have a fixed glass roof, a flexible mid-door that can increase the truck’s cargo capacity, and a 17-inch LCD infotainment screen while delivering an estimated range of 400 miles (643 km), with 350kW DC fast charging capabilities, GM said in a Press release.
Headlining the CES 2022 event for General Motors was an electric pickup truck, Chevy Silverado. Priced at $105,000, the First Edition opened for pre-orders shortly after the unveiling, and all units were purchased within 12 minutes.
Tesla Cybertruck 2023
The long-awaited electric truck from the world’s best-selling electric vehicle maker Tesla, the Cybertruck, will be ready for manufacturing later this year and hopefully, available in 2023.
The company claims that a single engine Cybertrucks will go from zero to 60 mph (100 km/h) in 6.5 seconds and have a top speed of 110 mph (177 km/h). The twin-motor Cybertruck is said to hit 60 mph (100 km/h) in just 4.5 seconds and have a top speed of 120 mph (193 km/h). And finally, the three-motor model, for those looking for the ultimate performance, has the power from zero to 60 mph (100 km/h) in just 2.9 seconds while having a top speed of 130 mph (209 km/h). /h).
Cybertruck batteries offer different autonomy depending on the number of motors. According to Tesla, the single-motor model has a range of over 250 miles, the dual-motor configuration has a range of over 300 miles, and the three-motor configuration should go over 500 miles on a single charge.
Canoo electric van
The electric car manufacturer Canoo may not be as well-known as some of the bigger players in the EV space, but the company has unveiled some pretty original and interesting modular designs.
The Canoo electric van will be 184 inches (4.67 meters) long, 78 inches (1.98 m) wide, 76 inches (1.92 m) high and have a wheelbase of 112.2 inches (2.85 m). That means it’s much, much smaller than most pickup trucks sold in the United States.
The most expensive all-wheel-drive version of the vehicle will have around 600 horsepower and have a range of 200 miles (320 km). The payload capacity of the vehicle will be 1800 lbs (816 kg).
Lower cost versions will be closer to 100 miles of range and have a single motor in the rear. Tony Aquila, Executive Chairman of Canoo, Told Reuters that he thinks Canoo will be able to improve the range of the four-wheel-drive pickup to reach 300 miles before its release.