The all-electric bucket of bolts is priced at $52,000, accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds, and can travel up to 80 miles on a single charge. But the most remarkable aspect of the Workhorse pickup truck may be that it is not the product of a Silicon Valley startup or genius factory.

No, Tesla didn't come up with this one. Plus, the vehicle isn't geared at those who would like to boast that they're saving the environment while taking their non-chore-related truck out for a pleasure ride. There's a gas-powered generator available to recharge on the fly for longer trips.

According to PSFK, "The Ohio-based manufacturer Workhorse is most widely known to the general public for making UPS trucks and its electric car hopes to become a more cost-effective electric alternative to complement business fleets around the country."

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