A Cox Automotive survey finds there are plenty of prospective purchasers of the plug-in pickups coming from Tesla, GMC, Ford, Rivian, and others.
It’s no surprise that some of the hottest new electric vehicles are the upcoming barrage of pickup trucks. Certified fresh options from traditional automakers including Ford and GMC (through its revived Hummer brand) as well as startups like Tesla and Rivian will all be arriving in the next few years, and people have noticed.
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