America’s Pickup Truck Lineup is about to change next year, with tons of new models arriving to the market. The pickup truck market is one of the popular ones, and often dominated by Ford, Chevy, GMC, Toyota, Honda and Nissan.
However this lineup is about to get even more competitive, as some other brands have decided to enter this market such as Hyundai, Hummer, Rivian, Bollinger and even Tesla in 2022.
1. Ram 1500
Almost at the top of the list, the Ram 1500 is one of the most popular options for new pickup trucks in the upcoming years. This truck will have an diesel engine available, it has lots of rear seat legroom, comfortable seats, and a superb maximum tow rating.
2. Lordstown Motors Endurance
This brand plans to have their Endurance pickup on the market by summer 2021. The baseline price of this truck will be $52,500, and will have an electric motor mounted on each axle. This model is estimated to have a range of 250-miles on a single charge, and it is expected to produce 600 horsepower.
3. Tesla Cybertruck
One of the most expected releases, Tesla has decided to launch a massive cybertruck, tapping into the pickup truck and electric vehicle area. The prices will start at $39,900 for the single engine truck, and can increase with the other cyber truck models which have more than one engine. This cybertruck is expected to launch from 0 to 60mph in less than 3 seconds, which is simply impressive to qualify for a pickup truck.
4. 2021 Rivian R1T
The Rivian R1T is also one of the most expected vehicles to be released in 2021. This electric vehicle has a projected range of 400-plus miles and 750 of horsepower, without even mentioning that it goes from 0 to 60mph in three seconds. This truck will definitely take you anywhere on time.
5. Ford F-150 Electric
As the world has been quickly welcoming to technology changes, the truck industry had to adapt to the electric vehicle trend as well. For that reason the Ford F-150 is released as an electric vehicle and it is said to be like any top-selling vehicle but with an electric battery included. Ford attempts to keep costs down by applying their aluminum construction and their regular shapes and models, for this reason it might be a great option to turn to as a truck but also an electric vehicle at the same time.
6. Bollinger B2
The Bollinger B2 is also a very expected model to launch on the upcoming year. This is also a fully electric pickup truck with motors on the font and on the rear, which will help to feed power to each wheel. This truck will produce 614 horsepower and it said to range up to 200 miles on a single charge. This truck is said to be minimalistic in the interior and simplistic and utilitarian on the exterior. Just like the Jeep Wrangler, this vehicle is also supposed to be able to pull the doors and the roof panels off the truck, to provide a full open air driving adventure.