Like the other fella said, use an existing frame and package the electric components wisely, maybe none of the additional parts will intrude on aftermarket parts?A rather substantial part of the pickup-truck market wants the V8 rumble and lifted suspension and macho image. EVs will be a tough sell to that segment.
Most people who buy a heavy-duty pickup truck, don't need one.
I don't think Rivan is remotely concerned with the hitch nuts crowd.
I’ve read that Ford doesn’t consider Ranger sales as lost F150 sales. People who buy Rangers (or Tacomas, Frontiers, etc) for the most part aren’t potential half ton buyers.Neither do I, but people buy lots of these trucks because of the image that they project.
"We have two quotes for you. One to fix the accident damage, and one to fix the accident damage and all the stuff they effed up at the factory."There should be a check box at the Tesla-approved body shop that asked if you are a YouTube/social media influencer. If yes, priority service.