The 2023 Super Bowl revealed many things, but we’re not talking about a new baby here, unless you call your truck your baby, in which case you’ve come to the right place. We’re highlighting an oft-thought question Dodge posed to their fans via a $20,000,000 commercial; are you ready to adopt an EV truck? If you are, which one will it be? For some, the answer may lie in loyalties to certain brands. But if you’re nervous about making the right choice, check out all the information we’ve compiled on five main competitors: Ford F-150 Lightning, Rivian R1T, Chevy Silverado EV, Dodge Ram Revolution & Tesla Cybertruck.
Ford F-150 Lightning
Chevy Silverado EV
The Chevy Silverado EV is quite a cost-effective EV truck, starting at about $40,000. Add ons can bring this truck up to a 400mi range, with fast-charging of 100mi in 10 minutes. The all-wheel drive Silverado starts with 510hp and goes up to 664hp. It can tow 10,000lbs and haul 1,300lbs of payload.
Dodge Ram Revolution
Not a whole lot is known yet about the Dodge Ram Revolution, but stay tuned, we’ll update this page when Dodge releases more info.
The Tesla Cybertruck was first introduced in 2019, but here we are in 2023 and still no Cybertruck. However, Elon Musk says this is the year and we’ll believe it when we see it.
Tesla says the new Cybertruck will be ‘as fast as a sports car’ at 0-60mph in 2.9 seconds, have a 500mi range, tow 14,000lbs and support a 3,500lb load.