Ford F-150 Lightning beats Tesla Cybertruck amid truck fans

Ford F-150 Lightning beats Tesla Cybertruck amid truck fans

November 21, 2021 Off By iwano@_84

Rivian’s electric powered truck came out in Oct, but interest is still on the electric powered Ford F-150 Lightning and other upcoming electrical vans. The Lightning is not arriving until finally 2022, but the anticipation for the initially Ford electrical pickup is expanding. 

Autolist, a car buying web-site, surveyed about 1,100 consumers at the finish of October and early November on their electrical truck tastes. The internet site requested about the Ford, Chevy Silverado EV, Tesla Cybertruck, GMC Hummer EV truck, and Rivian R1T.​​

In practically all groups Ford came out on major. 

Over-all, 38 percent of those people surveyed mentioned they’d obtain an electric powered Ford truck. Subsequent up was the Chevy e-truck with 26 %, followed by the Cybertruck with 20 percent, the Hummer with 11 p.c, and Rivian trailing with only 5 p.c.

For initial-time EV potential buyers, it was the Ford that most intrigued them (39 percent) compared to the Cybertruck with only 20 % of the vote. But recent EV homeowners are also into the Ford with 33 % choosing the e-truck. The Cybertruck gained the future-most votes with 28 per cent.

These who’ve owned a truck in the earlier or presently have a truck went with the Lightning — 41 p.c. Then it was Chevy’s truck with 29 per cent before Tesla came in with 16 per cent. 

For first-time future truck buyers, 34 percent also chose Ford, followed by 26 per cent for the Tesla truck.

Credit score: Tesla

Tesla’s dystopian, cyberpunk e-truck has been delayed until finally the end of 2022, but that hasn’t stopped more youthful prospects from prepping for the newest Tesla. All those 35 and more mature choose the Ford pickup, but 18- through 35-12 months-olds picked the Cybertruck as their top truck decision. For the youngest demographic of 18- through 23-calendar year-olds, 32 % explained they’d get a Cybertruck even though only 23 p.c mentioned they’d go for the Lightning. 

Darren Palmer, general manager of battery electric powered autos at Ford, isn’t astonished by the popular enchantment. In a telephone contact this week he said, “It’s for all people,” describing the Ford F-150 Lightning. He credited the available starting rate of $39,974 that receives you swift acceleration, characteristics like the power frunk, and 230-mile assortment.