In the US, trucks are king, selling better than any other vehicle. That means that the race to get electric pickups on the market is getting hot, with startups and established players rushing to get their EVs on the market. LA-based Neuron is entering the fray with the T.One modular utility vehicle, a four-wheel-drive EV that can be configured to be anything from a pickup, van, gooseneck trailer hauler, or dump truck with interior options to match. The T.One has several rear modules that can be replaced depending on the job. On the inside, the T.One looks more like the bridge of a spaceship, with a center-mounted operator seat surrounded by touchscreens that handle all driver commands. This can be changed to a standard side-by-side configuration, along with the rear depending on the module used. Neuron hasn't divulged any powertrain details but is taking reservations for the T.One now.