On November 21, 2019, in Los Angeles near SpaceX’s rocket factory, the new Tesla cyberpunk pickup truck was unveiled. A revolutionary high-powered vehicle that Elon Musk called “the best product the company has ever produced”. Built with an exterior shell made for ultimate durability and passenger protection. Starting with a nearly impenetrable exoskeleton, every component is designed for superior strength and endurance, from Ultra=Hard 30X Cold=Rolled stainless-steel structural skin to Tesla armor glass. The production on the truck will begin late 2021, and the tri-motor all-wheel-drive version will be going into production in 2022.
With Tesla’s cybertruck gaining much attention, it looks like Ford is on a path of their own. Unveiling an all-electric crossover and challenging the Tesla cybertruck to their F-150 to a game of tug-of-war on November 24, 2019. A 16-second clip shows Tesla’s Cybertruck never breaking a sweat as it comfortably pulls a screeching Ford F-150 up-hill. However, critics argued the test was unfavorable to Ford in which Ford wants nothing to do with a rematch even though there may be reports on it.
With all this commotion between Ford and Tesla, we seemed to forget that the Mercedes Benz new GLA will be unveiled at a press event in December. An SUV with 208 turbocharged horsepower, the GLA 250 quenches your thirst for performance with a minimal appetite for fuel. Advanced Direct Injection and multi-spark ignition self-tune on the fly. No, the Mercedes won’t be involved with a tug-of-war between Ford or Tesla, but you can expect the GLA SUV to live stream the unveiled event online at 2 PM CET on the 11th of December. It’s not yet clear which vehicle is a popular choice for consumers, but we do know that Tesla, Ford, and Mercedes are in a fight for the tentpole position these coming years.