Whether you’re buying a new car, SUV or truck, vehicles are definitely greater than the sum of their spec sheets. That said, it’s often useful to compare the cold, hard numbers to see how your favorites stack up — and that’s especially true when it comes to pickups, because capability is everything. Ford has just unveiled its 2021 F-150 full-sizer, and while the company has yet to give us the main numbers like as power, towing and payload, it’s given enough specs to get an idea of how this truck
Cars and trucks are definitely greater than the sum of their spec sheets, but it’s often useful to compare the cold, hard numbers to see how your favorites stack up. Ford revealed its 2021 F-150 full-size pickup on Thursday, and while the company has yet to give us the big numbers such as power, towing and payload, it’s given enough specs to get an idea of how this truck will stack up with the competition. Here’s how it stacks up to the,
We here at Roadshow have been stoked about the upcoming Rivian R1T since weon it at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2018. Since then the company has had to until 2021 thanks to COVID-19, but that hasn’t stopped engineers from taking a prototype out to the desert in Arizona for some dirt shenanigans.
In the video the Rivian does some drifting on dirt, kicking up a fair amount of photo-ready dust. It’s impressive but it’s fairly easy to get anything to go all slidey on low-traction, flat surfaces. What’s really cool
Lordstown Motors’ Endurance electric pickup isn’t likely to dazzle like the. It won’t ooze adventure like a or probably will. What the is working to accomplish is to serve fleet customers with the best darn electric pickup they’ll ever drive.
On Thursday, Lordstown Motors Corporation revealed its first vehicle set for assembly at its Lordstown, Ohio factory, a plant. The startup has high hopes to revitalize the Mahoning Valley, where GM once cranked out hundreds of thousands of