2021 Style & Design: Coolest Gear and Gadgets

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Tesla Cybertruck

Tesla Cybertruck
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Tesla Cybertruck

Finding up the Potential

Sometime in 2022, the Tesla assembly line in Texas will get started populating American roadways with the wildest-wanting truck in a long time. Although boss Elon Musk carries on to tweak, the closing production design need to glimpse (and accomplish) pretty very similar to the stainless steel-sided, electrical Armageddon-cellular we have all glimpsed. If it provides on Musk’s guarantees, the tri-motor Cybertruck will strike sixty mph in two.9 seconds. (On Earth, that is. No figures accessible for Mars.)

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Rivian R1T

Rivian R1T
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Rivian R1T

King of the (Electric) Off Highway

Those people wanting to go off the grid even though hardly generating a seem need to contemplate the Rivian R1T, an all-electrical pickup created to deal with rough trails. It will get there by using an all-wheel-generate setup that depends on 4 electrical motors—one for each wheel, alongside with 14 inches of floor clearance and a overall body able of fording approximately forty three inches of h2o. It could glimpse much more common in sort than the Cybertruck, but the R1T is loaded with awesome, utilitarian design features, like a 65-inch equipment tunnel, best for stashing a snowboard.

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Ford F150

Ford F150
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Ford F-150

The New Standard

The all-electrical F-150 Lightning could be the most groundbreaking electrical truck still, as it rockets the perennial greatest-vendor toward a greener long term. In order to convert even the staunchest electrical skeptics, Ford is creating the fastest, and in several means most able, F-150 ever, with twin motors that generate up to 563 horsepower and 775 lb-ft of torque. Within, there’s a five-seat cabin with loads of tech, and up front you will locate a large frunk. The most stunning matter about the Lightning is not that it’s electric—it’s how substantially of an F-150 it nevertheless is.