Bollinger B1 (Expected: 2021)

From a Michigan-based startup come a pair of utilitarian-looking high-end vehicles, including this B1 SUV, each priced at $125,000 and expected to start reaching customers in 2021. They’re targeted at people who are prepared to add a lot of options at extra cost to what’s already a high-end SUV or truck. Both SUV and truck are claimed to offer 614 horsepower, 668 lb-ft of torque, and a 4.5-second zero-to-6o-mph time. The Bollinger B1’s 120.0-kWh battery pack is said to offer up to 200 miles of range. Other specs include a 5000-pound payload capacity and 15 inches of ground clearance. —Laura Sky Brown

Bollinger B2 (Expected: 2021)

The Bollinger B2 pickup has foldable and removable body panels, Jeep Gladiator style, plus locking differentials, disconnecting sway bars front and rear, and up to 20 inches of ground clearance to seal its off-road cred. From there it gets interesting: the B2 will feature both front and rear tailgates, geared axle hubs, a hydropneumatic suspension, and the ability to carry 16-foot pieces of lumber with the tailgate closed. The B2 will cost $125,000, with Bollinger currently taking deposits for an expected 2021 on-sale date. —Laura Sky Brown

Chevrolet Electric Pickup (Expected: 2025 or sooner)

Chevrolet is fashionably late to the EV-pickup party, as they announced earlier in 2020 that a fully-electric Chevy pickup would go into production before 2025, and that it would be different than the already teased GMC Hummer EV. Chevy can fit 24 modules between the frame and under the body with a battery pack that can store as much as 200.0 kWh of electricity on board. That much juice—Tesla vehicles currently top out at 100.0 kWh—should mean at least 300-mile range for unnamed truck. Unfortunately for Chevy, even startup companies like Lordstown, Nikola, and Rivian all have trucks planned to go on sale sooner. —Austin Irwin

Ford F-150 Electric (Expected: 2021)

Building off its storied best-selling history and recent partnership with Rivian, Ford looks to make an all-electric pickup brawny enough to avoid alienating its central customer base while also drawing in new shoppers interested in owning a pickup, but without the carbon footprint of a gasoline engine. The Ford F-150 electric pickup truck is expected on sale in 2021, putting it squarely in the middle of the fray when Tesla, General Motors, Bollinger, and others are bringing out their electric trucks. It’s too soon for detailed specs, but Ford did pull off an impressive stunt in July when it had an electric F-150 tow a million pounds’ worth of—naturally—F-150 pickups loaded onto rail cars. Stand by for the inevitable Tesla Cybertruck vs. Ford F-150 electric-truck comparisons. —Maxwell B. Mortimer

GMC Hummer (Expected: 2021)
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The GMC Hummer EV is expected to come as both an SUV and pickup. It will be offered with a one-, two-, and three-motor with a promised 1000 horsepower with an insane 11,500 lb-ft of torque. Although the real truck hasn’t been unveiled yet, GMC announced it would have removable roof panels. General Motors announced that although the Hummer debut was delayed to the global pandemic, they still plan to sell it sometime 2021. —Austin Irwin

Lordstown Endurance (Expected: Late 2021)
Lordstown Motors

The Lordstown Motors Endurance electric pickup truck, announced the same day as the Tesla Cybertruck (which is perhaps not merely a coincidence), is Lordstown’s first vehicle. Lordstown didn’t release many details for the truck, but they are taking $1000 deposits on the $52,500 pickup. The truck will have a four-wheel-drive hub motor system with a claimed 250-mile range and will be built in Lordstown, Ohio, formerly the site of a GM plant. Deliveries for the vehicle will start in late 2020. —Colin Beresford

Nikola Badger (Expected: Eventually)
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Known more for its upcoming hydrogen fuel-cell semis, Nikola is using what it’s learned developing big trucks for the open road and transferring it to a more human-sized vehicle. While most EVs are based only a battery-electric powertrain, the Badger is actually available in two flavors. It has the requisite pure EV version but also a hybrid battery-electric/fuel-cell version. The automaker states that the two vehicles have 300 and 600 miles ranges respectively from a 160.0-kWh battery pack and 120.0-kW fuel cell. The five-seater will have 906 peak horsepower, 980 ft lbs. of torque, and a towing capacity of over 8000 pounds. Nikola says it’ll do zero to 60 in 2.9 seconds. Plus, the interior is waterproof and will have a hidden fridge. No word on price or when production will start, but CEO Trevor Milton says he wants to take the thrown from Ford’s F-150. —Roberto Baldwin

Rivian R1T (Expected: 2021)
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American startup Rivian has a production-ready truck, called the Rivian R1T, prepared to take the EV truck fight to the likes of Bollinger and Tesla. The R1T comes standard with all-wheel drive, the ability to tow up to 11,000 pounds, adjustable air suspension, and Level 3 autonomous-driving capabilities. The three battery packs that are available are 105.0, 135.0, and 180.0 kWh, with ranges of 230, 300, and 400 miles, respectively. Rivian claims that models equipped with the 180.0-kWh pack can hit 60 mph in a supercar-like 3.0 seconds. Look for Rivian R1T to start moving toward the marketplace in 2021 with a starting price of around $69,000. —Mihir Maddireddy

2022 Tesla Cybertruck (Expected: Early 2022)

To say that the design of the Tesla Cybertruck is polarizing is a massive understatement, and the Cybertruck itself is massive—a hunk made of stainless steel and hubris that we estimate could weigh upward of 9000 pounds in its production version. CEO Elon Musk has claimed as many as 200,000 would-be buyers have put down deposits in less than a week after the Cybertruck’s unveiling on November 21. Its dimensions, which are similar to those for the market-dominating Ford F-150, and its stainless-steel unibody make it an intriguing potential addition to the coming glut of EV pickup trucks. The first, lowest-range version (250-plus miles) is claimed to be priced starting under $40,000, with a production time that will be “near” in late 2021. —Laura Sky Brown