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Unboxing the world’s cheapest pickup truck

You can buy about 50 of these for the same price as one Cybertruck
  • The world’s cheapest truck is about the same size as the original Smart car
  • It is electric and it has a top speed of 28 mph
  • You can buy about 50 of these for the same price as one Cybertruck

Published on Feb 10, 2024 at 9:31AM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 9, 2024 at 8:32PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones

Supercar Blondie’s Nathan Bain was able to get his hands on the world’s cheapest truck.

And he decided to do an unboxing – as you do.

It’s called the Chang Li Explorer and it’s pretty small.

At 3.3 meters, it is actually the same size (give or take) as the original Smart car.

It is powered by batteries but it isn’t particularly fast, with a top speed of only 28 mph.

It probably wouldn’t beat a Porsche 911 like the Cybertruck can but, on the upside, you can buy about 50 of these for the same price of a new Cybertruck.

This is because the Explorer only costs $2,000.

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