Tesla will showcase all-electric pickup truck next year, Elon Musk announced through his most loved medium of dispersing Tesla based news and opinion, Twitter. While no other information on the venture has been shared yet, considering the assembling difficulties that have tormented the whiz tech startup over the most recent couple of years, don’t expect the creation prepared vehicle to see showcase release before 2021.
Since there isn’t an all-electric pickup truck in the market at this time, the automaker will go up against the Rivian R1T soon since the new tech startup is relied upon to come to advertise with its pickup and SUV in 2020.
The pickup truck showcase is monstrous in the United States with the Ford F150 keeping up its hold as America’s most loved new vehicle. Tesla will hope to underwrite the market with its all-electric pickup truck simply as it did with the Model S and Model X previously and obviously with the colossal number of prebookings the automaker and tech mammoth got with the Tesla Model 3.
All things considered, not at all like the Model X and the Model S that went unchallenged for quite a while and were extravagance vehicles, any semblance of the new pickup will confront an immediate test from the Ford F150, Dodge Ram, Chevrolet Silverado, Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Navara separated from the Mercedes-Benz X-Class.
Tesla will likewise be exhibiting the hotly anticipated conservative SUV Model Y soon, a vehicle that will incredibly expand the quantity of new or first time electric vehicle clients with its body style and measurements. The new Tesla Model Y is relied upon to cost around $50,000 and go up against any semblance of future electric SUVs like the one from Byton.