Tesla’s Cybertruck isn’t the only EV with a cargo bed that’s coming soon.
Tesla is not the only car company preparing to build an all-electric pickup truck, although its new Cybertruck certainly is getting its fair share of attention. When—and if—it hits the marketplace, the Cybertruck will likely have to face some competitors, as numerous other automakers have announced plans to build and sell electric trucks in the near future. Here, we’ve rounded up the growing field of EVs with cargo beds, both from well-established car companies and new startup players.
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