Tesla's planned "Cybertruck" will be polarizing because of its looks and isn't likely to cut into Detroit's dominance of the pickup truck market, auto industry analysts told Trucks.com.
Tesla unveiled its Cybertruck, a stainless steel behemoth that’s all sharp angles and flat surfaces hiding a lot of practical truck capability for a planned starting price of $39,000.
There’s been a lot of speculation about Tesla’s promised electric pickup truck. Here’s what Trucks.com has found out about the truck Tesla CEO Elon Musk has promised.
Trucks.com drove an early version of the Lordstown Motors Corp. Endurance pickup truck when it was a Workhorse Group prototype. Here’s what we discovered.
Nikola Motor Co. said Tuesday that it achieved a landmark breakthrough in battery technology that could double the range of electric vehicles without adding any weight.
Ford unveils its Mustang Mach-E, a crossover for drivers who want an American muscle car vehicle that doesn’t run on gasoline fuel.
Hyundai Motor Co. has an ambitious plan to wean the global trucking industry from fossil fuels by creating commercial trucks with the same power and range as their diesel counterparts.
Toyota Motor Corp. is expanding its U.S. hydrogen fuel cell heavy-duty truck program, unveiling a utility tractor rig designed to pull cargo containers at ports.
Infiniti, Nissan’s luxury brand, plans to begin introducing electric powertrains in the early 2020s but will favor those that don’t come with a plug.
Hyundai unveiled a fuel cell heavy-duty truck at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show and said it might enter the U.S. commercial vehicle market.
Electrified vehicles, with and without plugs, will account for half of all new passenger vehicle sales globally by 2030, according to a new report.