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How a Startup Beat Ford, GM, and Tesla to Market

A little-known startup has taken the automotive world by storm with the world’s first electric truck

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For the past 80 years, the automotive industry has been difficult to break into. Incumbents reigned supreme, and startups — much less successful ones — were few and far between.




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Brayden Gerrard

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Electric Vehicles | Green Energy | Data Science | Contact: gerrard.brayden@gmail dot com

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