Well, this is certainly interesting.

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Nikola's NMC One is a $375,000 electric semi truck cab.

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It promises a 320-kWh battery, enough for 1,200 miles of range.

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Even better, it doesn't require a plug, as it has gas-powered turbines that constantly top off the battery.

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The claim is it puts down 2,000 horsepower and more than 3,500 pound-feet of torque.

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The NMC Zero, on the other hand, is an off-road vehicle similar to a Polaris RZR.

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It's packing 520 horsepower and a 50-kWh battery.

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It's supposed to reach 60 mph in 3 seconds flat.

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This one's a little cheaper, coming in at $42,000.

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It's packing solar panels on the roof, too, because it's the future, duh!

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These are clearly just renderings. Real prototypes won't be shown off until later this year. But they'll still take your money right now!

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