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How Tesla’s Cybertruck Compare To Pickup Trucks Like Ford F-150, Rivian R1T And Bolinger B2

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How does Tesla’s all-new Cybertruck compare against Ford F-150, Bollinger B2 and Rivian R1T on price, horsepower, bed lenght, range, payload and towing capacity?

Tesla

Tesla on Thursday added a 6-seater all-pickup truck, the Cybertruck, to its lineup of battery-powered cars. The exterior of the truck is made of ultra-strong stainless steel alloy, while the glass is said to be shatterproof. According to Musk, Cybertruck will be able to take smaller firearms like 9-millimeter handguns.

During the unveiling, Tesla CEO described the new as “Better truck than an F-150” and “faster than a Porsche 911”— This  implies that the Hulky truck will rival best selling pickups like the Ford F Series and GM’s Chevrolet Silverado. It will also compete with electric trucks like the Rivian R1T and the Land Rover Defender-like Bollinger B2.





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Despite the unbreakable glass windows that broke during the unveiling, Tesla has received 146,000 (now over 200k)  Cybertruck orders so far.

Elon Musk wrote on his twitter page:

“146k Cybertruck orders so far, with 42% choosing dual, 41% tri & 17% single motor.” The three versions of the electric pickup truck is priced between $39,900 – $69,900.

But some people might still be looking for other options when it comes to electric pickup trucks. Start-ups like Rivian and Bollinger has also shown what their electric pickup trucks are capable of doing.

Let’s take a look at how the Cybertruck compares against Ford F-150, Bollinger’s B2 and Rivian’s R1T on price, horsepower, range, payload and towing capacity.





Tesla Cybertruck

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Price: $39,900 – $69,900

Deliveries: 2021

Dimensions: 231.7 inches long x 79.8 inches wide x 75 inches high

Max Ground Clearance: 16 inches

Bed Length: 6.5 feet

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Cybertruck

Weight: 6,000+ pounds

Power: Not announced

Range: 250 to 500 miles

Best 0-60 mph: 2.9 seconds

Max Towing: 14,000 pounds

Max Payload: 3,500 pounds

Rivian R1T

R1T

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Price: Starts at $61,500

Deliveries: 2021

Dimensions: 215.5 inches long x 79.3 inches wide x 71.5 inches high

Max Ground Clearance: 14.2 inches

Bed Length: 4.5 feet

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Truck

Truck

Weight: 5,886 pounds

Power: 788 horsepower

Range: 230+ to 400+ miles

Best 0-60 mph: 3.0 seconds

Max Towing: 11,000 pounds

Max Payload: 5,885 pounds

Ford F-150

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Price: $28,495 – $67,485

Deliveries:
Petrol-powered : Available
Electric : Not announced

Dimensions: 231.9 inches long x 79.9 inches wide x 77.2 inches high

Max Ground Clearance: 8.8 -9.4 inches

Bed Length: : 5½ – 8 feet

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Ford

Ford

Weight: 4,069 – 5,697 pounds

Power: 290 – 450 horsepower

Range:  850 miles

Best 0-60 mph:  5.1 seconds

Max Towing:  13,200 pounds

Max Payload:  6,100 to 7,050 lbs pounds

Bolinga

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Price: $125,000

Deliveries: 2021

Dimensions: 207.5 inches long x 77.2 inches wide x 72.7 inches high

Max Ground Clearance: 15 inches

Bed Length: 5.9 feet, but capable of carrying 16-foot cargo through full-length pass-through.

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Weight: 5,000 pounds

Power: 614 horsepower

Range:  200 miles

Best 0-60 mph:  4.5 seconds

Max Towing:  7,500 pounds

Max Payload:  5,000 pounds

Which Of The Four Pickup Trucks Would You Go For ? 





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