After years of waiting, the all-electric pickup truck segment is almost here. We already wrote about the upcoming EVs and the sales of many models will begin this year. There are a couple of exciting models already. Some of them are premium, while some other models are odd. However, each all-electric pickup will provide incredible performances.
That includes impressive acceleration, top speed, towing capacity and even driving range. In the next two years, we expect a further expansion of the segment, with new and even more exciting models. Until that happens, we bring you the list of seven trucks that are worth waiting for. If you want to buy a truck, an all-electric model is always a good choice for a variety of reasons.
2023 Ford F-150 Lightning
The forthcoming 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning is a model that caused a huge splash in the automotive industry. It is based on the F-150 truck, which is the best-selling vehicle in the United States. The new Lightning variant will reportedly arrive this spring. It will be Blue Oval’s first EV and probably the most important. It is a huge step forward for Ford, but also for the whole segment. This truck provides 2,000 pounds of payload capacity and over 10,000 pounds of towing capacity.
It also looks very modern and upright, so it is a universal model with so much to offer. The F-150 Lightning will produce 563 horsepower and 775 lb-ft of torque. Moreover, Ford promised 300 miles of driving range. We also expect a variety of interesting features, impressive charging time, and much more. The price will start at $40,000 for the base model.
Read more about new 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning HERE
2023 GMC Sierra EV
The upcoming 2023 GMC Sierra EV is another exciting model. However, the other models on this list are official, Sierra EV is not. On the other hand, leaked documents and much more are clearly suggesting this model. Moreover, it is the most logical outcome for such a popular vehicle as Sierra. Naturally, Sierra EV will borrow a couple of things from the GMC Hummer EV. Still, Sierra will separate itself in numerous different ways, so we expect a unique and very impressive model. The Ultium battery pack will be in use, and the base model will have a single-motor setup with a standard RWD system.
Two- and three-motor versions will arrive shortly after the base version. We don’t have the exact engine specs at the moment. However, Sierra EV will surely provide over 200 miles with a smaller battery and around 400 miles with a bigger battery pack. Sierra is known for its impressive interior quality and the EV variant will be even more impressive. This model will offer GM’s new Super Cruise hands-free technology, which is great to hear. The sales will begin later this year with the price starting at around $60,000, per source.
HERE is our 2023 GMC Sierra EV review
2023 Bollinger B2
There is something special about the 2023 Bollinger B2, and we don’t know what. It is a very strange model, something completely new that sets this model apart from the rest of the rivals. And while the competitors are offering modern designs with impressive interior features, the B2 truck is a different story. This truck looks like a WWII vehicle and not like a modern all-electric model. The truck’s appearance is very unusual and it does not look upright at all. However, the B2 model is very practical, offering removable windshield, doors, and roof, just like the Jeep Wrangler.
And while it looks like a box, it comes with 15 inches of ground clearance. The Bollinger B2 is 207 inches long and it will come with a large 142-kWh battery pack. Thanks to that, the B2 model will provide around 300 miles of all-electric driving range on a single charge, like most of the competitors. Reportedly, this truck should make 615 horsepower and 670 lb-ft of torque. The price is not available and it is a complete mystery. Some reports are saying the price will start at $120,000 while other reports are predicting a starting price of $65,000.
Read complete 2023 Bollinger B2 review HERE
2023 GMC Hummer EV
The 2023 GMC Hummer EV is coming first to the dealerships, and it will be here very soon. When General Motors announced the comeback of an iconic Hummer, more than a few eyebrows were raised. However, the Hummer EV became an instant hit, even before its official debut. Like the F-150 Lightning, Hummer is an iconic model. However, the new all-electric version will be nothing like its predecessor. It will be one of the most capable models ever made.
The first-edition model is sold out, which is a version with a tri-motor setup. General Motors will release lower-grade trim levels in the near future as well. As for the first edition, it will have 1,000 horsepower and 1,000 lb-ft of torque. Thanks to that, this truck will be able to tow 7,500 pounds and carry 1,300 pounds. Despite its heavy weight and robust appearance, this truck will be able to travel for 330 miles on a single charge. The price starts at $112,500.
The 2023 GMC Hummer EV review is HERE
2023 Chevrolet Silverado EV
While the Hummer EV will be a luxury EV, the new 2023 Chevrolet Silverado EV will cost around $42,000. This truck will directly rival the Ford F-150 Lightning model, which comes as no surprise. The Silverado EV will use a dual-motor configuration that should be able to develop 665 hp and 780 lb-ft of torque. This means the Silverado EV could easily outperform the F-150 Lightning model. Still, we’ll have to wait for the official details. The price is affordable in our opinion.
However, Silverado EV will also provide bi-directional charging, which means you can use this truck to charge other EVs. Another unique feature is the multi-flex tailgate that increased the cargo capacity. Like the Sierra EV, this model will also offer the Super Cruise self-driving system. The sales will start in late 2023 and everything is almost ready for the Silverado vs. F-150 rivalry, this time in the all-electric segment.
Find out more about 2023 Chevrolet Silverado EV HERE
2023 Tesla Cybertruck
This is perhaps the most famous model at the moment, at least on this list. It is Tesla, for a start. Then, there is that Elon Musk guy. Tesla did a good job in promoting a truck that is yet to come out. The 2023 Tesla Cybertruck is a simply amazing model. We are not talking about performances only. This model comes with stainless steel and bulletproof glass. The shape of the truck is strange but appealing. You may like it or not, but you must credit Tesla for the idea.
The Cybertruck model will generate up to 800 hp and 900 lb-ft of torque. Towing capacity is rated at 11,000 pounds, while the payload capacity is rated at 1,760 pounds. Tesla promised slightly above 300 miles of fully electric driving range. However, this model was supposed to arrive in late 2019. Now, it is a question if this model will arrive this year. Elon Musk said the price will start at $40,000, but many reports still believe the price will be significantly higher, at around $60,000 or even above that.
Find out everything about the 2023 Tesla Cybertruck HERE
2023 Rivian R1T
The last model on this list is the 2023 Rivian R1T. We didn’t make this list by the order or something. It is just our honest opinion of the best all-electric trucks that are about to come. Interestingly, Rivian is the very first brand that decided to build a battery-powered truck. Even Ford invested a lot of money in this startup. The result is a beautiful truck with a sleek design and gorgeous exterior colors. This truck sits on the famous “skateboard” platform and it will sport a quad-motor configuration.
Thanks to that, each motor will send the power to each wheel. Total output is rated at 800 horses and 900 lb-ft of torque. The Rivian R1T has a towing capacity of 11,000 pounds and a payload capacity of 1,760 pounds. Of course, this is not official yet, it is more like a prediction made by truck experts. The price starts at between $65,000 and $70,000 and Rivian will also introduce the all-electric R1S SUV.
HERE you can read more about 2023 Rivian R1T