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Tesla's first electric truck, the Semi, is probably less than two years away from entering service in various fleets across the U.

S. Capable of carrying up to 80.000 lbs (36 tons) of cargo with ease, the model promises to be a revolution in the field of freight transportation.

The dream of having electric trucks on the road soon might be hampered by a company few have heard of until now. The company in question, Nikola Motor, filed a suit in Arizona on Tuesday saying Tesla has stolen some of its ideas.

Yes, you read it right, Tesla is being sued by Nikola.

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