Tesla Cybertruck Getting More Competition

  • 22-09-2022 |
  • Dominik Barkley

As Tesla prepares to begin production on its highly anticipated Cybertruck, it's already facing some stiff competition in the electric pickup truck market.

Ram is set to unveil its own electric pickup truck concept in November, dubbed the Revolution EV.

The Tesla Cybertruck is getting some competition from the Ram Revolution EV pickup concept, which is set to be unveiled in November. The Ram Revolution EV is a battery-powered pickup truck that is said to have a range of 200 miles on a single charge. It is also said to be able to tow up to 7,500 pounds and have a payload capacity of 1,500 pounds.

The Revolution EV is said to offer up to 400 miles of range on a single charge and will be able to tow up to 10,000 pounds.

It will also come with a unique feature that Tesla's Cybertruck doesn't have: the ability to go off-road.

The Ram Revolution EV is just the latest in a long line of electric pickup truck concepts that have been unveiled in recent years.

The Ram Revolution EV is just one of a number of electric pickup trucks that are in the works from various manufacturers. Tesla, of course, is the leader in the electric vehicle space, but it is facing competition from the likes of Rivian, Bollinger, and now Ram.

The Ram Revolution EV is slated to go into production in 2022, so it's still a few years away from hitting the market.

But it's clear that the electric pickup truck market is heating up, and Tesla will have its work cut out for it if it wants to stay ahead of the competition.

It remains to be seen how the Ram Revolution EV will stack up against the Tesla Cybertruck, but it is certainly an intriguing option for those in the market for an electric pickup truck. We'll have to wait until November to see the Ram Revolution EV in the flesh, but it is certainly one to keep an eye on.