Climate Solutions: Make way for EV trucks – they’re coming and they’re cool!

— Courtesy

2021 will see the beginning of electric pickup trucks being introduced into the market.

Governor Baker has mandated that by 2035, all “light-duty vehicles” sold in Massachusetts will need to be zero emissions.  This means cars, but mandates such as this will boost the production of electric vehicles for all.

If you’re looking for a new truck and want to be on the cutting edge, a great article in Clean Technica gives a good description of some of what you could buy in 2021.  

Here are some of those options and more:

  • The Atlis truck platform is offering both a fleet work truck and a pickup truck, with range choice of 300-500 miles.
  • The Ford F-150 Electric is coming, to be offered in 2022.
  • The Rivian R1T has a range of 300+ miles. They also have the R1S, a sport utility vehicle with the same range.
  • The Lordstown Endurance is being offered as a fleet vehicle. It’s designed with four “in-hub” motors to reduce the number of moving parts.
  • The GMC Hummer EV has an estimated 350+ mile range.
  • The Tesla Cybertruck is a space-age-looking vehicle with a 250 mile range.
  • The Bollinger is an all electric truck that has a range of ~200 miles.
  • The Jeep Wrangler 4XE is a plug-in hybrid: 25 miles of electric power combined with a gas engine.

Lots to explore and choose from! Visit

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