California-based Neuron just showcased its futuristic T-One electric pickup truck at the China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai, and some would say that this is what the Tesla Cybertruck should’ve looked like. It’s based on a skateboard chassis and powered by a multi-source propulsion system that draws power from an all-electric traction battery pack, replaceable reserve power, and removable solar panel truck bed cover. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
The T-One boasts modular bodies and attachments to make it an all-in-one multipurpose vehicle. Inside, there are no physical controls, but rather various displays located around the driver. One cabin layout depicts a center-mounted driver’s seat with two captain’s chairs behind, while another shows two captain’s chairs in the front row and a bench behind.
There’s no word yet on pricing or availability, but we’ll be sure to hear more next year regarding the platform and the various models that might be released around the time Tesla’s Cybertruck hits the market.