'Little do we realise, the electric revolution is yet to begin!'
With the future of cars reaching new levels of uncertainty, it appears the most unlikely electric vehicles have made the best electric name.
2020 is quite the year for cars I think. Mostly because manufacturers are throwing all sorts at us to give us hope for 2021😅. Now I, in this time, have taken a keen interest on the latest developments in the newly formed 'electric race'. At last, the will of the people has changed. Tesla no longer lead the game at their once-glorious days of amazement are behind them. Instead, they have become the exact opposite of what they may have been seen as only a few years ago. They are no longer what the future should be, but what the future should NOT be. This sudden Tesla-the-enemy-out-of-nowhere faze has sprung up as a result of the fact we, the media, have finally caught on to the idea that this will replace our beloved v8s, v12s, v whatevers. They will be the past, so we need the future. And while there has been little guidance creating this 'future'.......it appears some of the most unexpected cars have adapted to electricity the best. We've seen the electric hatches and the EV SUVs. But weirdly enough its the pickup field where things seem to look the most promising. We turn our heads to the truck, with hope, as we see two new brands on the horizon.
The American start-up has sent the industry haywire, with this, the R1T.
SImplicity made perfect.
A truck that took every Cybertruck headline and crushed it into the ground. 400 mile range, for under 70k. It looks extraordinary and it keeps the americans happy, because they made it. Also this one is blue. Tell me what you think truck-lovers, maybe I am not the right person to judge.
+600 we're promised. Not that I want to compare to the Rivian, because they ar both so brilliant, but this is better. It looks better, it performs better, it IS better. Now the only downfall is it's called the Badger, but that's fine. Nikola Badger. Hmm, I'll give it some time. That is a future I'm sure we can all live with very happily. No Cybertrucks here, thanks Elon.
Now that is cool. Don't even tell me otherwise.
Our electric age may not be a clear path just yet, but if this is was we end up with.....will you be happy? Thanks for reading, now take this poll and bump my bost and get out of my lovely article so that you can read all the others.