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The Car I Most Want to Drive in 2020 Isn’t a Car at All

Tesla’s Cybertruck ignited the public’s imagination more than any other vehicle this year. It will indicate what to expect from the electric truck market of the future.

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What Went Wrong With Tesla's Cybertruck Launch?
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Last week I wrote about the best and worst cars I drove in 2019. Call it the good, the bad, and the ugly.

For 2020 there’s one vehicle in particular I can’t wait to get my hands on: the Cybertruck. (Although production officially starts in 2021, I should have a crack at it, at least in prototype mode, by the end of 2020 if Tesla runs a schedule similar to that of other automakers. It’s cutting it close, but I’ll take my chances.)