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Which One Of These 5 Pickups Will Be “Green Truck of The Year”?

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We have a look at the five finalists for Green Car Journal’s 2022 Green Truck of the Year.

It’s always interesting to get a different perspective on the electric vehicle (EV) market. Green Car Journal has announced finalists for the magazine's high profile 2022 Green Truck of the Year award, to be presented on Friday, November 12, at this year's San Antonio Auto & Truck Show in San Antonio, with the Show being held through the weekend at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. 

Green Car Journal's highly-respected Green Car Awards have been presented at the show annually since 2014 and are an important part of Green Car Journal's mission to showcase environmental progress in the auto industry.

"Pickups are a big thing in Texas and across the country," said Ron Cogan, editor, and publisher of Green Car Journal and in a news release. "As one of the top-selling and most desired vehicles on the market, it's important that pickups continue to blend expected truck capabilities with greater levels of environmental performance, and we're definitely seeing that with this year's finalists.”

Green Truck of the Year finalists includes three models that feature efficient hybrid options and two that are all-electric pickups. Let’s have a look at the vehicles that Green Car Journal has chosen for its Green Truck of the Year finalists.

Kevin Clemens is a Senior Editor with Battery Technology.

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