As an enthusiast or prospective owner, you are undoubtedly aware of how

distinctive every truck is. All of them are trucks, although the trims 

configurations vary throughout the many brands and types

But sometimes, two completely different vehicles with identical attributes appear. 

Although different, the top-of-the-line trim versions of the Ford F-150 Lightning and Honda Ridgeline

The Ford F-150 Lightning is a full-size electric vehicle with two electric motors 

that can provide up to 775 lb-ft of torque and 452–580 horsepower. If you have an

extended-range battery, you can tow up to 10,000 pounds of freight with this truck.

 According to EPA estimates, it can travel 230–320 kilometers.

The Honda Ridgeline is praised by Car and Driver as an excellent vehicle for everyday use 

not function as well as other pickup trucks when it comes to off-roading or heavy lifting, however.

It has a 3.5-liter V6 engine with a nine-speed automated gearbox that generates 280 horsepower