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Trucks outsell every other type of vehicle in the US by far and have done so since 2013. In 2018 light trucks outsold cars 2 to 1 in the US with just under 12M sold with a gap that appears to be widening.
Of those, the Ford F-Series is by far the most selling truck in the USA with over 900,000 sold in 2018 which is nearly double the next best selling truck, the Chevy Silverado
And the way Tesla works is they always come out swinging when they make a new vehicle
Remember the Semi? They could have made a simple small delivery van, but no they came out with a class 8 truck capable of towing more than any other vehicle on the road
And even the Model S - the first Sedan came out and became the best selling luxury Sedan due to its incredible features
So it makes sense that Tesla is going to come out with a truck that competes directly with the F150
But there's also Rivian who already is taking reservations and just recently raised $700M in funding led by Amazon
So we sort of have a Bezos versus Musk thing going on here
But in reality it's everyone against Ford in this space, even Chevy is miles behind them when it comes to annual sales volume
So let's see how these stack up...
First, let's see Rivian since we have actual specs from them...
400 mile range
11,000lb towing capacity
160 kW charging via CCS
14,000nm torque, not sure what that will mean for actual lb-ft
Extra cool features the gear tunnel, frunk and fold down rear gate, built in air compressor and power outlets in bed
Taking deliveries now with arrivals expected late next year in 2020
And now let's see how that compares to the Ford F150
price from 28K to 67K
Range of up to 570mi
Also equipped with some cool features:
driver assist kinda like tesla auto-pilot
and waze integration
Of course, can go buy this now and get it within days or weeks at worst
And lastly, let's bring in Tesla. Now we don't actually have the specs for this truck yet but Elon has shared a lot online and talked about it several times on interviews, so these aren't made up but do take them with a grain of salt as the actual specs are likely to differ once they're available
Tesla truck specs
400 to 500-mile range, maybe more
300,000lb towing capacity?
Big truck, likely to compete directly w/ the F150
Unclear the price, but likely expensive due to the sheer power it will have
dual motor AWD
240v connection for heavy duty tools
Hoping to see unveiling this summer but unsure when and also unclear when they'll start delivering, at the earliest likely late 2020
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