I ordered my truck today and I am excited to see what my future will be like owning an all electric pickup. I have owned at least a dozen pick up trucks in my life and love the capabilities. I know the future will be electric and the torque they produce is outstanding. I have concerns though, battery life for example much like fuel mileage I would imagine range will be more limited. Another concern is electric vehicles are very heavy a trailer and the weight of the truck could put too much strain on components like the brakes. The autonomous options will have to be disabled I would imagine while towing. While the instant torque and impressive power of electric motor can be ideal for accelerating with a trailer, the main issue comes when slowing down. Unlike a conventional internal combustion engine, electric motors can instantly switch to become generators as you come off the accelerator pedal, converting kinetic energy into extra charge for the batteries and slowing the vehicle down. Towing a heavy trailer down a steep hill will provide lots more kinetic energy than normal, which could overwhelm the electrical system. I hope these are thing they will address and give us some more information as production nears.