It’s 2020, and there is not a single electric pickup truck you can buy new in the United States. There are several different models you can reserve, but you’ll need to wait at least a few months before taking delivery. The segment will get really crowded, really quickly in the coming years as companies scale up their offensive. Tesla and newcomer Rivian are among the automakers allocating a considerable amount of money to building a zero-emissions truck.
Unveiled in 2019, Tesla’s Cybertruck is unlike any vehicle we’ve seen before. Rivian’s R1T is a lot less futuristic in terms of design, but it’s still a hugely innovative model. We’re putting these two trucks side by side to see where they’re similar, and how they’re different. Keep in mind that neither model is in production, so the comparison is purely hypothetical, and the specifications listed below could very well change in the coming months and years.
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