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As Tesla preps 'Cybertruck,' electric pickups gain steam. But does anyone want one?

USATODAY.com Thursday, 21 November 2019
Electric pickups are coming. The only question is, will Americans buy them? Tesla, Ford, GM, Rivian and others think the answer is yes.
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News video: Tesla to Unveil First-Ever Electric Truck -- 3 Things Investors Need to Know

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Tesla is unveiling its first-ever electric truck Thursday night and while this isn't a super long-term project, investors should be aware the vehicle line won't bear fruit immediately. The stock was down 1.57% to $353.87 a share Wednesday. First off, the truck is called the "Cybertruck," and it...

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