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Despite all its recent troubles, Tesla continues to think big. Development of its Semi truck continues, and it's widely expected that a compact SUV, the Model Y, will be unveiled next year, and the drool-worthy next-generation Roadster will follow as a production vehicle.

Which leads us to the other much-discussed Tesla project for the future: CEO Elon Musk seems pretty excited about the pickup , suggesting that it will have range well beyond the plus miles currently delivered by Tesla's top-of-the-line batteries in its existing cars. He's also said that it will be able to serve up volt, on-site power to plug in tools, and have towing capacity that's as good or better than what customers expect from Chevy, Ford, and RAM's full-size offerings.

An all-electric pickup has obvious advantages. Electric motors serve up massive torque, which translates into towing power. It never hurts to have that plus speed, as Ford has learned with its Raptor high-performance version of its bestselling F And a big Tesla battery under a pickup bed would be a boon to contractors with plenty of power-drills and buzz-saws.

The engineering isn't complicated. Tesla would likely reinvent the wheel with a pickup, because that's in their DNA. But they wouldn't have to. Although trucks have been modernized over time, both Ford and Chevy still use rear leaf-spring suspensions. And when you get right down to it, even though the F might now be crafted from lightweight aluminum and powered in some cases by a turbocharged engine, there's a reason why the bed area is called a box.

It's a simple rectangle of hauling capacity. Tesla's challenge wouldn't necessarily be designing or building a pickup — it would be selling one.

There's some competitive space with mid-size pickups, but when it comes to full-size, the F, Chevy Silverado, and RAM rule the nation. Toyota has been selling the Tundra in the US for almost two decades, going so far as to assemble the vehicle in truck-loving Texas, but it has been consistently outsold by a wide margin.

The Tundra is a great truck, but in Toyota sold just over , in the US, while Ford sold almost , Fs. Not that being one of the top three is a bargain. That's what Tesla would be up against. The company could have one advantage: So although it might not be able to convert longtime F buyers, Tesla could attract pickup-truck customers who want something different — and aren't bothered by paying for it.

A Wall Street chief economist explains what could be the saving grace for mega-cap tech companies. On Facebook for more car and transportation content! Search Now you can search stock related news and private companies such as Airbnb. No matching results for ''. Try a valid symbol or a specific company name for relevant results. Give feedback on the new search experience. Business Insider September 13, Tesla Tesla has ambitions to enter the pickup-truck market — one of the most brutally competitive markets in the entire auto industry.

Tesla's best bet might be to carve out a niche in the high-end of the premium pickup market. Taking on the toughest challenge View photos.

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And a big Tesla battery under a pickup bed would be a boon to contractors with plenty of power-drills and buzz-saws. The engineering isn't complicated.

Tesla would likely reinvent the wheel with a pickup, because that's in their DNA. But they wouldn't have to. Although trucks have been modernized over time, both Ford and Chevy still use rear leaf-spring suspensions. And when you get right down to it, even though the F might now be crafted from lightweight aluminum and powered in some cases by a turbocharged engine, there's a reason why the bed area is called a box. It's a simple rectangle of hauling capacity.

Tesla's challenge wouldn't necessarily be designing or building a pickup - it would be selling one. There's some competitive space with mid-size pickups, but when it comes to full-size, the F, Chevy Silverado, and RAM rule the nation. Toyota has been selling the Tundra in the US for almost two decades, going so far as to assemble the vehicle in truck-loving Texas, but it has been consistently outsold by a wide margin.

The Tundra is a great truck, but in Toyota sold just over , in the US, while Ford sold almost , Fs. Not that being one of the top three is a bargain. The company could have one advantage: So although it might not be able to convert longtime F buyers, Tesla could attract pickup-truck customers who want something different - and aren't bothered by paying for it.

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The Tundra is a great truck, but in Toyota sold just over , in the US, while Ford sold almost , Fs. Not that being one of the top three is a bargain. That's what Tesla would be up against. The company could have one advantage: So although it might not be able to convert longtime F buyers, Tesla could attract pickup-truck customers who want something different — and aren't bothered by paying for it. A Wall Street chief economist explains what could be the saving grace for mega-cap tech companies.

On Facebook for more car and transportation content! Search Now you can search stock related news and private companies such as Airbnb. No matching results for ''. Try a valid symbol or a specific company name for relevant results. Give feedback on the new search experience. Business Insider September 13, Tesla Tesla has ambitions to enter the pickup-truck market — one of the most brutally competitive markets in the entire auto industry. Tesla's best bet might be to carve out a niche in the high-end of the premium pickup market.

Taking on the toughest challenge View photos. Ford F King Ranch. Recently Viewed Your list is empty. What to Read Next.

A line you use to get a woman. Get the mug. Get a pickup line mug for your friend Jerry. 2 Can I take a picture of you, so I can show Santa just what I want for Christmas? girls:*laughs* sure(this is going to be funny/nothing better to do) . Elon Musk, ever eager to convince everyone, everywhere, that EVs are The Future, sees a day when Tesla Motors offers a pickup truck, allowing to make a supersonic vertical takeoff landing jet," something he began to. Tesla CEO Elon Musk plans to build an electric pickup truck, takes to on the road, rather than something that would be classified as a truck.