We compared the Tesla Cybertruck, Hummer EV, and 5 other upcoming electric pickup trucks by 11 different specs and the winner isn't clear

The Cybertruck, Tesla's first electric pickup, can be seen on this undated flyer picture from Reuters
There are currently seven electric pickups on the horizon in the US: Tesla's Cybertruck, Nikolas Badger, Bollingers B2, Lordstown Motors Endurance, Ford's electric F-150, GMC's Hummer EV and Rivians R1T.
All vehicles have different specifications and prices.
Of the 11 different specifications compared, Tesla's Cybertruck was named "Best in Category" five times.
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Tesla's Cybertruck isn't the only electric pickup truck that will hit the market in the next few years.
In fact, there are six other automakers - some of which are relatively unknown - all of which are vying to be the best up and coming electric pickup truck on the market. For example, Nikola is currently working on his badger, which can also run on fuel cell hydrogen.
Bollinger Motors announced the fully electric SUV "B1" and the pickup "B2" at the same time in 2019, while Lordstown Motors presented its pickup Endurance in January.
Ford announced an electric version of its popular F-150 but hasn't released any specs yet. GMC also unveiled the Hummer EV on October 20th, the functions of which are not available on any other electric truck.
Ford-assisted Rivian is also launching its electric pickup truck, the R1T.
With so many electric pickups on the horizon, choosing one to buy can be difficult. Here is a comparison of the various specs of each pickup and the toughest competitor in each category, not including the electric F-150.
Range: Nikola Badger
Nikola Badger's electric pickup. Nikola
Nikolas Badger Pickup has the best range: 600 miles with its fuel cell - hydrogen - and battery power sources.
Without its FCEV hydrogen power source, the Badger has a range of roughly 300 miles, which is still more than Bollinger's B2 pickup at 200 miles and Lordstown Motors Endurance at roughly 250 miles.
Rivian estimates that the smallest R1T battery will deliver 230 miles while the most powerful battery will deliver up to 400 miles. The Tesla Cybertruck also offers a long range, depending on the engine type. The single-engine version offers a range of 250 miles, the twin-engine 300 miles and the three-engine 500 miles.
The GMC Hummer EV is approximately 350 miles between all of the listed areas.
Bed length: Bollinger Motors B2 Pickup
Bollinger Motors B2 pickup. Bollinger Motors
Bollingers B2 has the longest bed length: it can extend between 5.75 feet and 8.17 feet when the rear seats are removed and the cabin wall opened.
The Cybertruck and the long bed model of the Endurance both have a bed length of 6.5 feet. However, the standard Endurance bed length drops a foot shorter at 5.5 feet, Lordstown told Business Insider.
The R1T has the shortest bed length at 4.5 feet. The extra space is used in the form of a cargo space between the rear seats and the bed, which is large enough for a surfboard.
The length of the badger bed isn't listed yet, but it is 5.12 feet wide.
According to the car and driver, the Hummer EV's bed is five feet high.
Prize: Tesla Cybertruck
Tesla Cybertruck. Tesla
Despite Tesla's reputation for being expensive, the Cybertruck is the cheapest electric pickup on the list, at $ 39,990 for the single-engine iteration. However, it's up to $ 69,900 for the three-engine, all-wheel drive version, and an additional $ 7,000 for the self-propelled features.
The second cheapest is the Endurace, which starts at $ 52,500. The R1T starts at $ 69,000, and while the price of the badger hasn't been officially announced, Nikola wrote in an Instagram comment that the badger will range from $ 60,000 to $ 90,000.
The B2 will be the most expensive at $ 125,000.
GMC's Hummer EV "Edition 1" is slightly cheaper than the B2 at $ 112,595. However, in 2024 the automaker is set to release a Hummer EV2 fairing for $ 79,995.
Top speed: Tesla Cybertruck
Tesla Cybertruck. Tesla
The cybertruck can reach its top top speed at 130 mph for the three-engine iteration, according to Motor Trend. The twin-engine Cybertruck will have a top speed of 120 mph, according to the car and driver, while the single-engine model will have a top speed of 110 mph.
The badger can reach 120 mph, Nikola told Business Insider. The B2 can reach 100 mph while the endurance falls below 80 mph.
GMC and Rivian have not yet published the top speeds for their pickups.
0 to 60 miles per hour: Nikola Badger and Tesla Cybertruck
Nikola Badger and Tesla Cybertruck. Nikola and Tesla
The Badger and the three-engine Cybertruck are both tied for the fastest time of zero to 60 mph at or less than 2.9 seconds, though the R1T and GMC Hummer EV fall just behind by 3 seconds.
The twin-engine Cybertruck reaches 60 mph in 4.5 seconds, while the single-engine model takes 6.5 seconds.
The B2 has the slowest time of 4.5 seconds. Lordstown has not yet released zero-to-60 time.
Towing capacity: Tesla Cybertruck
Tesla Cybertruck. Tesla
The Cybertruck has the highest towing capacity for the three-engine variant at around 14,000 pounds. The twin engine can tow at least 10,000 pounds and the single engine approximately 7,500 pounds.
The R1T has a towing capacity of 11,000 pounds and the Badger over 8,000 pounds, while both the Endurance and B2 will have a towing capacity of around 7,500 pounds.
GMC has not announced the towing capabilities of the Hummer EV.
Power: GMC Hummer EV
2022 GMC Hummer EV. GMC
GMC's Hummer EV is rated at an estimated 1,000 horsepower, making it the highest on the list. The badger barely fails with a peak of 906 hp.
In the meantime, the R1T can generate up to 750 horsepower. The Endurance and B2 can achieve 600 hp and 614 hp respectively.
Tesla has not approved the performance for the cybertruck.
Torque: GMC Hummer EV
2022 GMC Hummer EV. GMC
GMC has reported that its Hummer EV will have 11,500 pound-feet of torque. No other electric pickup comes close.
The second tallest is the badger, which will have 980 pound-feet of torque. The R1T ranks third at 829 pound-feet and the B2 ranks last at 668 pound-feet.
Lordstown and Tesla have not yet published the torque estimates for Endurance or Cybertruck. InsideEVs, however, claims the three-engine variant of the Cybertruck will have 1,000 pound-feet of torque, which would make it the second highest on the list.
Number of seats: Tesla Cybertruck
Tesla Cybertruck. Tesla
The Cybertruck has the most seats in the pickup at six. The Endurance, R1T and Badger will all have five seats, while the B2 will have four.
According to GMC's photos of the Hummer EV's interior, the vehicle will have five seats.
Battery per kilowatt hour: Rivian R1T
Rivian R1T. Mike Blake / Reuters
Rivian will offer batteries with 105, 135 and 180 kilowatt hours for the R1T. The next more powerful battery will be the Badger, which has a 160 kilowatt hour battery (but optionally also an optional 120.0 kW fuel cell). The B2 fails shyly at 120 kilowatt hours.
GMC, Lordstown and Tesla have not yet published their battery estimates.
Payload capacity: Bollinger Motors B2 pickup
Bollinger Motors B2 drive outdoors. Bollinger Motors
The B2 will have the highest payload capacity at 5,001 pounds.
The Cybertruck falls significantly shorter at 3,500 pounds. The R1T is at 1,760 pounds, and Nikola told Business Insider that the payload capacity for the Badger will be 1,600 pounds.
Lordstown and GMC have not yet released their estimates of payload capacity.
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