Iconic Ford SUV Against Electric Pickup Truck
After the revelation of the all-new Ford Bronco, some may wonder how it compares to the powerful Tesla Cybertruck electric pickup. Let’s dive right to find out.
For starters, the Ford Bronco is not offered in an electric version, although we have made what we might look like here. This means that we cannot directly compare the powertrains because the Cybertruck is purely electric.
So, that said, the focus is more on the on-road and off-road capabilities of the two vehicles, as well as things like towing and payload. With the Bronco being an SUV and the Cybertruck a full-size pickup, Tesla’s truck will win in categories such as towing and payload. In addition, with its active air suspension, it should also be very efficient off-road. In addition, the performance of the Cybertruck on the road will amaze (see specifications below), so it will win all races against a Bronco. In fact, the Cybertruck beat a Porsche 911 in a race and won a showdown against a Ford F-150.
Where the Bronco really shines is off the beaten track. It has a very robust suspension and large tires for tackling rough terrain. In addition, Ford offered the Bronco several operating modes specially designed for extreme off-road situations.
Like Cyber Truck, Truck Guy says of the video above:
With the recent revelation of the new Ford Bronco, I use the revelation video to ask: Ford
Bronco Vs. Tesla Cybertruck?
Below we have included the basic Ford specifications on the different versions of the Bronco and below which are specifications and details on the Cybertruck. This allows for a comparison according to the specifications of the two vehicles, but be sure to watch the video for a more astonishing overview of this battle against.
And here are some details on the higher level versions of the Bronco:
And here are the main details of the Tesla Cybertruck:
Tesla has announced incredibly low prices for the Tesla Cybertruck. Tesla says the truck will start at $ 39,900 in base and will end at just $ 69,900 in the higher tri-engine form.
According to CEO Elon Musk, it will have a maximum range of over 500 miles per charge. The basic “standard range” model will have more than 250 miles of range. There will also be another level of finish in between. It will have more than 300 miles of range.
According to Elon Musk, the Tesla Cybertruck will be able to tow 14,000 lb, pull anything and offer its owners an acceleration of 2.9 s from 0 to 60 mph. This is enough for the van to beat a Porsche 911.
The pickup will be available with three range and engine options: an RWD, capable of towing up to 7,500 lbs with a range of 250+ mi, all-wheel drive with two engines, ready to pull 10,000 lbs with a range of 300+ and three-engine all-wheel drive that has the best specifications, but no details. Its range will be 500+ mi.
- Range: 500+ miles
- Acceleration from 0 to 60 mph: <2.9 seconds
- Towing capacity: over 14,000 lbs
- Payload: up to 3,500 lbs
- Safe length: 6.5 feet
- Storage capacity: 100 cubic feet of lockable storage space, including arch, trunk and sail pillars.
- Suspension: 4 ”in both directions
- Touch screen size: 17 ”
- Body: 30X ultra-hard cold rolled stainless steel. If there was something better, we would use it.
- Capacity: up to six adults
- Recharge: can be recharged at home, at destination points and with our network of over 14,000 superchargers, including our latest V3 technology, which is useful for long journeys and towing.