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  • E for Electric

    April 15, 2019

    Question to viewers: what minimum range does an electric pickup truck need to have to be competitive?

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  • Leo Timtom

    April 15, 2019

    They even couldn`t manage a rebadged Chevrolet. Sigh….

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  • Lo Riley

    April 15, 2019

    Probably time to change the name
    To Dead horse

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  • Dogs Rule

    April 15, 2019

    I wouldn't buy one with less than 400 mile range

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  • vidznstuff1

    April 15, 2019

    Your statement that Workhorse was the first electric pickup that was not Rivian or Tesla is not correct. Do your homework and research Via Motors, which started back in the Model S days. Workhorse is a copycat business model, including moving over to vans from pickups and using utilities as customers. The CEO of Via Motors when it came out in 2012 or so? Are you ready for it?……Bob Lutz

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  • BigCooter.com

    April 15, 2019

    4:21 drone delivery of packages to somewhere in your front yard ….. WHY?? Who, What, where???? ..a delivery solution nobody needs

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  • The Biker Bug

    April 15, 2019

    Ugly friggin truck for sure…

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  • William Erazo

    April 15, 2019

    There undoing since they had to do was built the dang thing

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  • Unilockco Smith

    April 15, 2019

    I will put down a deposit on the Tesla pickup as soon as it is as
    I can, I want the cyber punk version!

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  • Larry Kimura

    April 15, 2019

    100 miles all electric range is perfect if the truck is equipped with a range extender powerful enough to propel a fully loaded truck indefinitely beyond that. This is what Duke Energy insisted on in placing their fleet order for 1000 W-15s and this is what Workhorse promised in your interview.

    Before declaring the W-15 read it may be prudent to wait for the USPS decision on who will supply their Next Generation Delivery Vehicle. This is a $6.3 billion program to replace 180,000 20+ year old, 10 mpg mail delivery vans. Workhorse, along with their partner VT Hackney are among the four remaining teams for the program who the USPS say they will announce the winner in "early 2019" . The W-15 is based on the propulsion for the NGDV mail truck.

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  • IMHO

    April 15, 2019

    I always though the price of the workhorse was way below what it cost to actually build. Just like every EV, so far nobody is making a profit on them. Rivian wont make a profit either until they can sell a certain volume at a certain price. Rivian May fall into the same trap Tesla has where they sell all the high margin vehicles first, but then as they sell more and more, the average selling price the buyers are willing to pay goes down, and once again they are burning cash.

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  • Jason Fournier

    April 15, 2019

    Don't understand how they made money but lost more. I think you are mixing up revenue and profit.

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  • Phil Easler

    April 15, 2019

    Rivian, is so much nice then workhorse , but I do wish ford or Chevy would buy them for sure…

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  • Ideas To Life

    April 15, 2019

    Name of tractors and model of oil marking. You bet they will go out of business

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  • quintespeed

    April 15, 2019

    I guess they saw the Rivian. I haven't seen them do much of anything with that truck w15. I keep watching the stock drop.

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  • Tyler Sanders

    April 15, 2019

    This always seemed like a joke to me but I believe in the Rivian.

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  • fredo7

    April 15, 2019

    Nice video alex, nice to see news from many different evs. Im waiting for rivian now,

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