Tesla's contender in the burgeoning electric pickup segment is the Cybertruck, which doesn't look anything like a pickup. In fact, it doesn't look like anything on the road. The specs are impressive, though, so it will be interesting to watch if Tesla's gamble with the polarizing design pays off.
Lexus has unveiled its first production EV. It's a battery-electric version of the UX compact crossover, and it will be sold in China from 2020. Other markets are planned, though the United States isn't one of them.
After announcing plans to build an electric pickup truck of its own at the former General Motors plant in Lordstown, Ohio, a couple of weeks ago, EV startup Lordstown Motors has now announced pricing for the truck. Mind you, Lordstown hasn't actually shown us its truck, apart from a couple of drawings.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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