At some point, in the distant, distant future, Tesla's existing lineup will likely be joined by a pickup truck to take on the Ford F-150. That's after, of course, the Model 3, the Tesla Semi, The Model Y, and the new Roadster, placing its ETA sometime in the 2050s. But on the off chance that it eventually happens, Musk gave us a sneak peek during the Semi/Roadster presentation of what it could look like.
To be brutally honest, it looks pretty much exactly the same as the Semi, only smaller (and with really huge tires). But this was to be expected, as this is the characteristically brusque was in which Musk initially confirmed it:
Apparently, Elon Musk doesn't do light duty.
It probably will cost quite a bit more than an F-150, natch. I'm thinking more F-250 Platinum territory. But when your truck can drive itself, then you don't need to worry about making too sharp a turn with your prize horses in tow. I'm sure that's worth it, for the right person. If they exist.