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Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk speaks in front of the newly unveiled all-electric battery-powered Tesla Cybertruck.
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Tesla has made a name for itself by making high-quality electric cars relatively popular and affordable to the everyday consumer. With yesterday's debut of the Blade Runner-inspired Tesla “Cybertruck,” it’s clear that Elon Musk's company is now attempting to conquer the pick-up truck market, one of the most popular vehicle categories out there. As The Drive points out, one out of every six cars sold in the U.S. is a pick-up truck.

But Tesla will have some competition; the Cybertruck is hardly the only new hyped electric truck coming to the market. A number of old-school automakers are also looking to introduce electric trucks soon, and the start-up Rivian announced an electric truck earlier this year. If you need a new pick-up but would like to move away from fossil fuels, here’s what to look for, though you might need to wait a few years for some of them.


The starting price for the Tesla “Cybertruck” will be, per

The base model will go from 0-60 in 6.5 seconds, and if that is too slow for you, the high-end model will be able to do that in 2.9 seconds. Production on the base model will begin in late 2021, with production on the high-end model to follow a year later, and Tesla would prefer if you pre-order your electric truck online.


After acquiring funding

The vehicles are slated to be on the market late next year, and like Tesla, you can only get it

Lordstown Motors

This company recently bought GM’s Lordstown factory in Ohio, and is hoping to beat Tesla to market with its electric truck The Endurance, which it is now taking pre-orders for and plans to have

General Motors

The car giant is said


Not to be left behind, Ford plans to unveil the

Base models are expected to have a driving range of 230 miles per charge, while a more expensive Mustang Mach-E starting at around $50,000 would be able to drive 300 miles before the battery needs to be recharged.