Pickup Trucks

Built for off-roading, both vehicles are good at what they do.

The HUMMER EV Is Being Touted As An Off-Road Goliath, Can It Live Up To Its Own Hype?

With its classic Jeep architecture and design, the Wrangler 4xe is easily the most off-road capable electric vehicle currently available. This hasn’t stopped vehicles like the Tesla Model S or Volkswagen ID.4 from having fun in the dirt, but GM has decided to weigh in on off-roading with the up-coming HUMMER EV. Can it out-off-road a Jeep?
With a spacious frunk and many creature comforts, the Rivian R1T is stunning

Rivian R1T Spotted In The Wild! Are Electric Pickups About To Hit The Street?

As the summer for the Northern hemisphere begins, temperatures creep upwards and heatwaves rise from the pavement in a haze. It’s time for hot new vehicles to become available. As June approaches, the race to see who exactly will release the first commercial electric Pick-up truck shifts into high gear as Ford reveals it’s F-150 Lightning, Tesla drives their Cybertruck around, and a Rivian R1T was spotted just today in some of the least-camouflaging spy-shot I’ve ever seen.
Having a range extender can be a serious boon to EVs

Range Anxiety Plagues F-150 Lightning, BMW Has Solved That In The i3

Yesterday, Ford unveiled their entry into the EV Truck market, the F-150 Lightning. Many fans were less than enthusiastic about the reported 300 mile range, but in 2014 BMW gave us something that eases those worries substantially; a petrol fueled Range Extender. See the i3 for example! In 2014, it won Green Car of The Year.
Amazing amounts of horsepower and torque on demand from the Cybertruck.

TRX Vs Cybertruck: Can The Electric Newcomer Beat The King Of Beastly Trucks?

Tesla and its eclectic founder, Elon Musk, have decided to enter a truck into the Electric Vehicle market. This truck, the Cybertruck, is expected to be powerful, rugged, and nigh indestructible. It’s had its share of setbacks on the road to release, including some bad press and the recent chip shortage has not helped get the Cybertruck into our driveways.

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