Tesla Pickup Truck is finally launching on the 21st of November. The vehicle has been much hyped-about for a really long time in internet forums, particularly in the automobile communities. However, now that it is finally happening, those awaiting it are really excited. With less than a week to go, could there actually be something that could dampen the mood? A look at the competition suggests Tesla might delay the release of this pickup truck of theirs!
Seen an advert today for a pickup truck/ute potentially being developed by Tesla. If Tesla made the roof into a solar panel that charged the car when driving or stationary, then I would certainly purchase one and so would most Australians. Please consider it @elonmusk.
— John Tobin (@JohnTob29782019) November 15, 2019
Tesla Pickup Truck Competitors: Who to Look Out For?
Ford’s F150 is one electric pickup truck that people have been keeping an eye out for. This will be a car that is actually inspired by Mach-E, which in itself is a Mustang-inspired crossover electric vehicle expected to come out in 2020.
The Rivian R1T is another pickup truck electric vehicle which is something that you should keep an eye out for. This is something that people taking a road trip should use because of the impressive distance that you could travel on a full charge. It can also tow 1 million pounds of load. No release date has been specified but prototypes have been spotted.
— treelio 🧢 (@ElioJTapia) November 15, 2019
Is The Release Date Delayed for the Pickup Truck from Tesla?
While the launch event will happen on the 21st of November, Tesla might actually delay the on-road release date of the Tesla Pickup Truck to 2020. This will be keeping in mind the fact that by doing so they can actually hurt their competitors and even expand their market share. Tesla already dominates the US Electric Vehicle market share as it stands in at 57%