Description
Description

Trucks are powerful vehicles designed to haul heavy loads and perform tough tasks that smaller cars can't handle. They come in various sizes, from the pickup trucks seen on local roads to the massive eighteen-wheelers thundering down highways. Equipped with strong engines and robust frames, they're the workhorses of transportation, essential for industries like construction, agriculture, and shipping.

Many have open beds or are fitted with special containers for transporting goods. In everyday life, pickup trucks are popular for their durability and versatility, often doubling as family vehicles that can tow trailers and boats or carry camping gear.

History
History

Trucks started as simple work vehicles over a century ago, evolving from horse-drawn wagons to motorized vehicles capable of carrying goods across long distances. As industries grew, so did the need for reliable transport, leading to trucks becoming larger, stronger, and more sophisticated. They've been critical for agriculture, construction, and commerce, linking remote areas to bustling cities. Over time, advancements in technology improved their power, efficiency, and safety.

Today, trucks are indispensable in global trade, ensuring that supermarkets stay stocked and raw materials reach factories. They've also found a place in personal use, with many enjoying the rugged versatility of pickup trucks.

Future
Future

Trucks are on the brink of significant transformation, with electric models set to dominate, drastically reducing emissions and noise. Autonomous technology is advancing, promising self-driving trucks that could revolutionize logistics, making 24/7 deliveries without tiring. Modern designs focus on aerodynamics for better fuel efficiency and connectivity for smarter fleet management.

Trucks are also becoming more integrated with e-commerce, directly impacting how goods are delivered to consumers. They're becoming cultural symbols too, with electric pickups like the Tesla Cybertruck reshaping the image of what a truck can be—less a workhorse, more a tech-savvy statement piece.

Common Questions
Common Questions
What is the difference between light-duty, medium-duty, and heavy-duty trucks?

Light-duty trucks cater to personal use or light commercial tasks, supporting payloads up to 14,000 pounds (6,350 kilograms). Medium-duty trucks, designed for more substantial commercial applications, typically handle 14,001 to 26,000 pounds (6,351 to 11,793 kilograms). In contrast, heavy-duty trucks, suited for the toughest jobs, have capacities exceeding 26,001 pounds (11,794 kilograms), necessitating commercial driver's licenses for operation.

How do diesel and gasoline truck engines compare in performance?

Diesel truck engines generally offer more torque and better fuel economy, translating to higher towing capacity and longer driving ranges than gasoline engines. They excel in heavy-duty tasks and sustained workload. Gasoline engines, while typically less expensive and quieter, provide quicker acceleration and higher horsepower, making them well-suited for light to medium-duty tasks and everyday driving. Diesel's efficiency advantage is more pronounced over long distances and higher payloads.

How does the cab configuration of a truck affect its functionality?

The cab configuration of a truck directly impacts its passenger capacity and cargo space. Regular cabs typically seat two to three passengers with no extra space behind the seats, whereas extended cabs have additional rear seating or storage space. Crew cabs offer four full doors and ample rear seating, ideal for crew transport but may reduce the length of the truck bed, affecting cargo capacity.

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6’3” | 1.92 m
6’3” | 1.92 m
15’9” | 4.8 m
3,250 lb | 1,475 kg
1956
Ford F-100 (1956)
192.000
192.000
480.000
1475.000
1956.00
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Ford F-100 (1956)
5’11” | 1.8 m
6’5” | 1.95 m
16’ | 4.88 m
3,968 lb | 1,800 kg
1976
Ford F-100 (1976)
180.000
195.000
488.000
1800.000
1976.00
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Ford F-100 (1976)
6’ 3.5” | 1.92 m
6’8” | 2.03 m
19’4” | 5.89 m
4,300 lb | 1950 kg
2015
Ford F-150 (2015)
192.000
203.000
589.000
1950.000
2015.00
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Ford F-150 (2015)
6’3” (75”) | 190.5 cm
6’8” (79.8”) | 202.7 cm
19’4” (231.7”) | 588.5 cm
5000-6500 lb | 2267-2948 kg (Estimated)
2021
Tesla Cybertruck
190.500
202.700
588.500
2948.000
2021.00
269000
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Tesla Cybertruck
13’ (156”) | 396 cm (Estimated)
8’6” (102”) | 259 cm (Estimated)
20’9” (249”) | 632 cm (Estimated)
25000 lb | 11340 kg (Estimated)
2021
Tesla Semi
396.000
259.000
632.000
11340.000
2021.00
35000
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Tesla Semi
Tesla Semi
Scale illustration of an average Tesla Semi with dimensions for height and length compared to a human

The Tesla Semi is a safe and comfortable electric truck. There are four independent motors that provide maximum power and acceleration, while requiring the lowest energy cost per mile. The vehicle can accelerate from 0-60 miles per hour in 20 seconds, fully loaded. The enhance autopilot helps avoid collisions, and the centered driver position provides maximum visibility and control. The low center of gravity offers rollover protection. As electric energy costs are half those of diesel, the Tesla Semi has a low cost of ownership with fewer systems to maintain. It provides more than $200,000 in fuel savings.

The Tesla Semi has an estimated total length of 20’9” (249” | 632 cm), estimated width of 8’6” (102” | 259 cm), and estimated height of 13’ (156” | 396 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Semi is estimated to be 13’ (156” | 395 cm) with an estimated curb weight of 25000 lb (11340 kg).

Collection of scaled drawings of Tesla Semi with overall dimensions
The Tesla Semi is a safe and comfortable electric truck. There are four independent motors that provide maximum power and acceleration, while requiring the lowest energy cost per mile. The vehicle can accelerate from 0-60 miles per hour in 20 seconds, fully loaded.

The Tesla Semi has an estimated total length of 20’9” (249” | 632 cm), estimated width of 8’6” (102” | 259 cm), and estimated height of 13’ (156” | 396 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Semi is estimated to be 13’ (156” | 395 cm) with an estimated curb weight of 25000 lb (11340 kg).

Collection of scaled drawings of Tesla Semi with overall dimensions
Tesla Semi
Height:
13’ (156”) | 396 cm (Estimated)
Width:
8’6” (102”) | 259 cm (Estimated)
Length:
20’9” (249”) | 632 cm (Estimated)
Depth:
Weight:
25000 lb | 11340 kg (Estimated)
Area:

Wheelbase: 13’ (156”) | 395 cm (Estimated)

Model
Make
Tesla
Year
2021

Drawings include:

Tesla Semi side elevation, front, back, top

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Tesla Cybertruck
Dimensioned comparison drawing of the Tesla Cybertruck compared to an average person

The Tesla Cybertruck is a cybertruck built with ultimate durability and passenger protection. The exoskeleton is nearly impenetrable, and each component is designed for superior strength and endurance. The ultra-hard 30x cold-rolled stainless steel provides a smooth monochrome exterior that helps to eliminate dents, damage, and long-term corrosion.

The Tesla armor glass is an ultra-strong glass and polymer-layered composite that can absorb and redirect impact force that helps to improve performance and tolerate damage. With the ability to pull near infinite mass and tow 14,000 pounds, the Tesla Cybertruck can perform in any extreme situation.

Tesla Cybertrucks have a total length of 19’4” (231.7” | 588.5 cm), overall width of 6’8” (79.8” | 202.7 cm), and height of 6’3” (75” | 190.5 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Cybertruck is 12’6” (149.9” | 380.7 cm) with an estimated curb weight between 5000-6500 lb (2267-2948 kg).

Set of measured drawings of the Tesla Cybertruck showing front, back, side, and top views
The Tesla Cybertruck is a cybertruck built with ultimate durability and passenger protection. The exoskeleton is nearly impenetrable, and each component is designed for superior strength and endurance. The ultra-hard 30x cold-rolled stainless steel provides a smooth monochrome exterior.

Tesla Cybertrucks have a total length of 19’4” (231.7” | 588.5 cm), overall width of 6’8” (79.8” | 202.7 cm), and height of 6’3” (75” | 190.5 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Cybertruck is 12’6” (149.9” | 380.7 cm) with an estimated curb weight between 5000-6500 lb (2267-2948 kg).

Set of measured drawings of the Tesla Cybertruck showing front, back, side, and top views
Tesla Cybertruck
Height:
6’3” (75”) | 190.5 cm
Width:
6’8” (79.8”) | 202.7 cm
Length:
19’4” (231.7”) | 588.5 cm
Depth:
Weight:
5000-6500 lb | 2267-2948 kg (Estimated)
Area:

Wheelbase: 12’6” (149.9”) | 380.7 cm

Model
Automaker
Tesla
Year
2021

Drawings include:

Tesla Cybertruck side elevation, front, back, top

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Ford F-150 (2015)

The Ford F-150 (2015) is part of Ford’s current thirteenth-generation pickup truck F-Series lineup. In production since 2014, the latest generation of F-150 trucks are the first in the F-Series to adopt an aluminum body to reduce overall weight and increase fuel economy. The Ford F-150 is the best selling vehicle in the US.

The Ford F-150 (2015) has an overall length of 19’4” (5.89 m), wheelbase of 12’5” (3.78 m), a width of 6’8” (2.03 m), and height of 6’ 3.5” (1.92 m).

Collection of drawings of the Ford F-150 (2015) illustrated in front, side, back and plan views with dimensions
The Ford F-150 (2015) is part of Ford’s current thirteenth-generation pickup truck F-Series lineup. In production since 2014, the latest generation of F-150 trucks are the first in the F-Series to adopt an aluminum body to reduce overall weight and increase fuel economy.

The Ford F-150 (2015) has an overall length of 19’4” (5.89 m), wheelbase of 12’5” (3.78 m), a width of 6’8” (2.03 m), and height of 6’ 3.5” (1.92 m).

Collection of drawings of the Ford F-150 (2015) illustrated in front, side, back and plan views with dimensions
Ford F-150 (2015)
Height:
6’ 3.5” | 1.92 m
Width:
6’8” | 2.03 m
Length:
19’4” | 5.89 m
Depth:
Weight:
4,300 lb | 1950 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 12’5” | 3.78 m

Model
F-150
Automaker
Ford
Year
2015

Drawings include:
Ford F-150 (2015) side elevation, front, back, plan

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Ford F-100 (1956)

The Ford F-100 (1956) is a second-generation model of the Ford F-Series line of trucks. With a redesigned and integrated body with a larger ‘wrap-around’ windshield, the 1956 model of the Ford F-100 continues to be an iconic and much sought after classic body form for truck enthusiasts.

The Ford F-100 (1956) has an overall length of 15’9” (4.8 m), wheelbase of 9’2” (2.79 m), a width of 6’3” (1.92 m), and height of 6’3” (1.92 m).

Multiple drawings of the Ford F-100 (1956) truck with dimensions for height, width, and length
The Ford F-100 (1956) is a second-generation model of the Ford F-Series line of trucks with a redesigned and integrated body with a larger ‘wrap-around’ windshield.

The Ford F-100 (1956) has an overall length of 15’9” (4.8 m), wheelbase of 9’2” (2.79 m), a width of 6’3” (1.92 m), and height of 6’3” (1.92 m).

Multiple drawings of the Ford F-100 (1956) truck with dimensions for height, width, and length
Ford F-100 (1956)
Height:
6’3” | 1.92 m
Width:
6’3” | 1.92 m
Length:
15’9” | 4.8 m
Depth:
Weight:
3,250 lb | 1,475 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 9’2” | 2.79 m

Model
F-100
Automaker
Ford
Year
1956

Drawings include:
Ford F-100 (1956) side elevation, front, back, plan

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Ford F-100 (1976)

The Ford F-100 (1976) is a sixth-generation medium-duty pickup truck model of the Ford F-Series. Produced from 1972 to 1979, the sixth-generation line of F-Series trucks are known for their box-like forms and Ford’s use of extremely durable body panels that combined galvanized sheet metal, zinc coated steel and primer and fender liners to fight off corrosion. The sixth-generation was the first to introduce the Supercab body design for additional passengers and is the first generation to introduce the F-150 model.

The Ford F-100 (1976) has an overall length of 16’ (4.88 m), wheelbase of 10’4” (3.15 m), a width of 6’5” (1.95 m), and height of 5’11” (1.8 m).

Dimensioned drawings of a Ford F-100 (1976) truck measured with height, length, and width
The Ford F-100 (1976) is a sixth-generation medium-duty pickup truck model of the Ford F-Series that was produced from 1972-1979.

The Ford F-100 (1976) has an overall length of 16’ (4.88 m), wheelbase of 10’4” (3.15 m), a width of 6’5” (1.95 m), and height of 5’11” (1.8 m).

Dimensioned drawings of a Ford F-100 (1976) truck measured with height, length, and width
Ford F-100 (1976)
Height:
5’11” | 1.8 m
Width:
6’5” | 1.95 m
Length:
16’ | 4.88 m
Depth:
Weight:
3,968 lb | 1,800 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 10’4” | 3.15 m

Model
F-100
Automaker
Ford
Year
1976

Drawings include:
Ford F-100 (1976) side elevation, front, back, plan

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