Electric Pickups and Cargo Vans

Electric vans are listed after electric pickups. The specifications listed are preliminary in most cases and may change when deliveries begin of the final version of each model. Where indicated, estimated specifications are supplied by expert reviewers and not by the manufacturer. There are many additional startup companies announcing pickups and vans, but it isn't known if or when they will be available in Canada.

There is a Federal Government rebate of $5,000 after tax. That rebate has not been deducted from the MSRP shown on the list below. To qualify, the manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) for the base model must be under $60,000 before delivery charges. More expensive trim models must not exceed $70,000. Details here.

For individuals, there is a BC Government rebate to a maximum of $4,000 for the purchase of a plug-in electric vehicle with an electric range of 85 km or more and a maximum of $2,000 if the range is less. The manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) cannot exceed $55,000 for most models and cannot exceed $70,000 for SUVs, pickups and vans. The maximum rebate is reduced to one-half if individual total income for tax purposes exceeds $80,000 or household income exceeds $125,000. The maximum rebate is reduced to one-quarter if individual total income exceeds $90,000 or household income exceeds $145,000. There is no rebate if individual total income exceeds $100,000 or household income exceeds $165,000. Before purchasing the vehicle, you must apply online for a rebate authorization that is sent to you by email. This can take up to 3 weeks. You should apply before you decide which vehicle to buy. The authorization is good for one year. Individuals can no longer receive a second rebate if they purchase another EV. Details here.

For businesses and non-profits, the BC Government rebate is $3,000 for the purchase of a plug-in electric vehicle with an electric range of 85 km or more and $1,500 if the range is less. The manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) cannot exceed $55,000 for most models and cannot exceed $70,000 for SUVs, pickups and vans. It is not necessary to apply in advance. Details here.

The Federal and BC rebates have not been deducted from the MSRP shown on the list. The vehicle dealer will deduct them at time of purchase and claim them from the governments.

There are BC Government rebates for commercial use electric vans registered in the Special Use Vehicle Incentive program. The only van in the list below registered in the program is the GreenPower EV Star Cargo which has a rebate of 33% of the purchase price. Further information is available here.

Information on electric passenger vehicles can be found on our Vehicles page.

Passenger Vehicles

Electric Pickups and Cargo Vans

Listed alphabetically. Click on the photo for vehicle website. To sort the data columns, click on the column header to list in ascending order and click again to list in descending order.

See Explanatory Notes below. Although every effort has been made to provide accurate data, there is no liability for errors that may occur. Information important to you should be verified with other sources.


Pickups
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Chevrolet Silverado WT
No 5 200 kWh 350 kW 640 km est. 8,000 lbs. 1,200 lbs. $54,000 est.
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Ford F-150 Lightning XLT
Yes 6 98 kWh 150 kW 370 km 5,000 lbs. 2,235 lbs. $70,095
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Ford F-150 Lightning XLT
long range
Yes 6 131 kWh 150 kW 515 km 7,700 lbs. 2,000 lbs. $83,475
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GMC Hummer EV 3x
No 5 245 kWh 350 kW 560 km 7,500 lbs. 1,300 lbs. $130,000 est.
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Lordstown Endurance
No 5 109 kWh 150 kW 322 km 8,000 lbs. 1,050 lbs. $84,500 est.
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Rivian R1T Quad Motor
Yes 5 135 kWh 200 kW 480 km 11,000 lbs. 1,760 $117,750
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Rivian R1T Quad long range
Yes 5 180 kWh 200 kW 640 km 11,000 lbs. 1,760 $131,250
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Tesla Cybertruck
No 6 100 kWh est. 250 kW 402 km 7,500 lbs. 3,500 lbs. $53,000 est.
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Tesla Cybertruck Dual Motor
No 6 120 kWh est. 250 kW 483 km 10,000 lbs. 3,500 lbs. $66,000 est.
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Tesla Cybertruck Tri Motor
No 6 200 kWh est. 250 kW 805 km 14,000 lbs. 3,500 lbs. $92,000 est.

Cargo Vans
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Ford E-Transit
regular length, low height
Yes 84" 68 kWh 115 kW 203 km 246.7 cu.ft. 3,880 lbs. $73,445
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Ford E-Transit
extended length, high height
Yes 110" 68 kWh 115 kW 174 km 487.3 cu.ft. 3,330 lbs. $79,095
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GM Brightdrop Zevo 400
No 108" 100 kWh est. 120 kW 400 km 400 cu.ft. 1,475 lbs. $0 unknown
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GM Brightdrop Zevo 600
No 108" 100 kWh est. 120 kW 400 km 600 cu.ft. 2,200 lbs. $0 unknown
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GreenPower EV Star Cargo 22'
Yes 96" 118 kWh 61 kW 241 km 477 cu.ft. 6,500 lbs. $134,500 est.
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Mercedes eSprinter
No 108" 120 kWh est. 80 kW 475 km est. 389 cu.ft. 2,500 lbs. est. $0 unknown

Explanatory Notes

  • All models listed are expected to be available in Canada before the end of 2022. The ones not yet available are indicated.

  • Height is the external overall height of the model indicated.

  • Maximum Charge Rate refers to the vehicle's Level 3 DC fast charging capability. How fast the vehicle can charge at a Level 3 charging station or Tesla Supercharger depends on both the station's maximum ability to deliver the charge and the vehicle's maximum ability to receive the charge. The chart shows the latter. The higher the number, the faster the charging time. This is a maximum. The charge rate will decrease as the battery gets closer to full and if the temperature of the battery is not optimum. Information on Level 1 and Level 2 charging is available here.

  • Range is for a combination of city and highway driving as reported by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA rating) or the estimated EPA rating announced by the manufacturer for vehicles not yet available. EPA ratings are averaged for a wide range of environmental conditions. Richmond drivers should achieve increased range due to our ideal environmental conditions for electric vehicles. For highway only driving at higher speeds, there is a detailed discussion of range requirements here.

  • Manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) is for the base model including freight and destination charges for delivery in Richmond without upgrade options and accessories and before government rebates, dealer discounts and taxes.