The capability of the electric pickups, which are only beginning to appear on the market, has already shocked many.

Here, we can see a Ford F-150 Lightning that The Fast Lane Truck used in a tug-of-war test against regular trucks after travelling to Alaska.

It's more of a game than a true scientific experiment, but it suggests that the best conventional pickups can be matched by electric pickups.

The Ford F-150 Lightning and its gasoline equivalent competed in the first test ( ..

Ford F-150 twin turbo 3.5L V6 hybrid with 10-speed automatic transmission).

Both cars have all-wheel drive, but the Lightning weighs around 1,000 lbs more, which matters a lot in this kind of competition. 

Additionally, greater torque and power suggest that the electric F-150 should prevail. 

As we can see in the video, the standard F-150 was completely outmatched. It was simple.

However, the most significant comparison was between the Ford F-150 Lightning and a heavy-duty vehicle that was nearly 1,000 lbs. 

bigger and heavier. A strong competitor is the Ram 2500 with a Cummins straight-six 6.7L turbo diesel engine.

The two cars looked to be equally strong in the footage and rapidly dug in. 

When the challenge was over, it was discovered that the Ford F-150 Lightning's rapid torque had actually allowed it to make a little initial gain before the pair became stuck.

It indicates a victory for a full-size electric truck versus a heavy-duty diesel pickup.

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