Elon Musk isn’t going to get an open duel between Tesla’s Cybertruck and the Ford F-150 – not authoritatively, in any case. While Ford’s endeavor hatchery VP Sundeep Madra recommended he’d like “logical” trial of the two pickups, a representative revealed to TechCrunch the executive’s tweet was just a “facetious” comment calling attention to the “craziness” of a clasp indicating the Cybertruck winning a back-and-forth with the F-150. Viably, Ford felt it had nothing to demonstrate. “We’ve constantly centered around serving our truck clients paying little heed to what other state or do,” the representative said.
Ford added that it would have energized trucks notwithstanding, including a cross breed F-150 of every 2020 and a completely electric F-150 in “a couple of years.”
There probably won’t be an obvious victor if there is a duel, official or something else (Musk alluded to one week from now). As astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson called attention to, the Cybertruck won Tesla’s pre-recorded fight since its characteristically overwhelming structure took advantage of the EV’s high torque. The F-150, in the interim, had moderately little weight over its back wheel drive framework and therefore didn’t have the footing expected to retaliate. Completely stacking both would at present support the Cybertruck, however there could be circumstances where Ford’s truck rose successful.