What is the best pickup truck on the market today?
As electric vehicles become additional prevalent, car manufacturers are starting to get creative with their designs. Some of the newest and most innovative electric trucks include the Apple Car, Tesla Cybertruck, and EdisonFuture EFT-1.
All three electric trucks have a unique look that makes them stand out from the rest. Here's what we understand concerning the Apple Car, Tesla Cybertruck, and EdisonFuture EFT-1.
Apple Car: Real or fake?
The above image was made by fans as no final look has been released by Apple. So, is the Apple car real or fake? The answer is yes Apple will release a car, and yes, it's happening.
Many people are questioning this move as Apple is known for many things, but not cars (yet).
While Apple hasn't released any images related to their new patent yet, a company called Vanarama has taken it upon themselves to render Apple's latest patent into a concept car visual, according to WCCF Tech.
The vehicle has the exact angular design as the Tesla Cybertruck and a Cadillac Escalade-esque grille. It also has a luminous logo, only like the MacBook Pro.
We can't wait to witness what the final product looks like!
Apple's new patent shows a screen that will extend along the width of the Apple Car, making it easier to customize the car's controls to be wherever you want them. That should construct it easier (and safer) to operate. Apple's patent also possesses a Siri created for the Apple Car, which will be a big hit with those who are Siri-dependent.
Tesla’s Most Awaited Project: The CyberTruck
Tesla has recently removed the pricing for the Tesla Cybertruck from their website, but before that, it was expected to be around $39,990. Taking down this information and other specs from the site could indicate that Tesla plans to change the price.
The Tesla Cybertruck was once noted to have three motor options - single, dual, and tri. The available motor Tesla Cybertruck would be qualified for 250 miles of scope while the dual range motor would get 300 miles. On the other hand, the tri-motor option is said to be able to get 500 miles or more.
Tesla's latest patent describes some pretty futuristic features, like a user interface that can tell who's interacting with it and adjust settings accordingly. The air conditioning and heating system would also be smart enough to know where people are sitting and where to direct hot or cold air.
And as if that wasn't enough, the Tesla Cybertruck may also come equipped with "laser blade lights" and a display that shows the terrain below the vehicle.
Last but not the least, EdisonFuture EFT-1
The EdisonFuture EFT-1 truck poses a severe challenge to the Apple Car and the Tesla Cybertruck. The EFT-1 would have solar panels on its roof to charge on sunny days and a retractable body for its mattress that would glance like an armadillo back.
The single motor. EFT-1 would get 300 miles of range, the dual motor could get 380 miles of content, and the tri-motor EFT-1 would get up to 450 miles of range on a single charge.
The EdisonFuture EFT-1 would also be fast, with a single motor able to go from 0 to 60 in 6.5 seconds and a dual engine able to achieve the same in 4.5 seconds. The EdisonFuture EFT-1 accepts 3.9 seconds to get to 60 mph.
Currently, none of these electric pickup trucks are on the roadway, but once the show starts, it will be intriguing to catch how car buyers respond to their spaceship-style design – which could be selling effectiveness or a complete turn-off.