Tesla’s days at the top of the electric-vehicle (EV) market are numbered.
That’s because one of Tesla’s competitors has just rolled out a vehicle that could go down in history as the #1 EV of the decade.
Critics are calling this electric truck “all the rage”… “an incredible feat of engineering” … and, yes, “the most important new vehicle of the decade.”
It’s even won over celebrity gearhead Jay Leno. The former Tonight Show host says that it’s turned him into a “truck guy.”
And even if you hate trucks or EVs, a ten-minute test drive will turn you into a believer.
This truck can go from 0-60 mph in in less than four seconds. That’s on par with a lot of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and BMWs.
It’s officially rated to tow 10,000 pounds – but it’s been shown to tow a train with one million pounds of weight!
It packs more than 775 pound-feet of torque. That kind of power in a pick-up is practically unimaginable.
And it can double as a backup generator, powering a home for up to 10 days. You can use it to charge power tools, campsites, even other EVs.
With specs like that, you’d think this truck would be absurdly expensive. After all, the MSRP on the GMC Hummer EV is $110,295.
But THIS is a truck built with Main Street Americans in mind. It starts at just $40,000 – 64% cheaper than the Hummer.
Plus – because it has a far fewer moving parts than a gas-powered truck – it’ll save you up to $13,286 over the life of the vehicle.
It’s no wonder people are lining up to buy this truck. It sits on dealership lots for an average of eight days. (To compare, the Ram 1500 Classic lingers on the lot for 57 days on average.)
Sales of this truck have shot up by more than 1,100% since it launched last April. In fact, the automaker behind it has had to QUADRUPLE production just to meet demand.
If any company can dethrone Tesla, it’s this one. But while Tesla can trade as high as $300, you can pick up shares of this automaker for around $12.
My name, by the way, is Enrique Abeyta. And while I love my Jeep Wrangler, I’m not exactly a car guy – I’m an investor.
I worked on Wall Street for 25 years…
I’ve run a billion-dollar hedge fund…
And I’ve been profiled by The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Barron’s, Institutional Investor, Forbes, Business Insider, and Bloomberg.
But in all my years on Wall Street, I’ve never seen a bigger investment opportunity than this.
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