There was already a truck war in the United States before the Tesla Cybertruck was revealed last year.
The Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado, and RAM 1500 went head-to-head, with Toyota’s Tundra and Nissan’s Titan also in the picture. The Silverado and RAM 1500 were relatively new, and the 14th-generation F-150 was on the way.
The new 2021 F-150 arrived last week. The iconic truck continues its legacy of being America’s best-selling vehicle for 43 consecutive years. Last year, nearly 900,000 examples came from dealer lots.
The Cybertruck won’t launch until the end of next year, at the earliest. It could signal a brave new all-electric future for trucks. And in fact, it could outperform the all-electric version of the new F-150 on the market by a year.
But for now, the F-150 is heading to the market, while aspiring Cybertruck buyers must be content with a $ 100 deposit to secure a truck.
This is how the two trucks are stacked, on paper: