You need to think bigger. Vehicles will become more specialized persay.
If you want a long distance tow rig the options will likely be very similar to the current hybrid F150 only in different load rated rigs 1/2 ton 3/4, 1 ton etc.
If you need a truck but don’t need to drag a trailer long distances full EV etc.
A very small % of vehicles travel long distances. Most vehicles only travel 30 miles a day or less average. So the Hybrids cinderella combo is EV power that gives smaller more fuel efficient engines power to do heavy work yet can just about cover the 30 mile ish daily average range in EV only mode etc. My heavy tow Expedition would see a 2-3x bump in average fuel mileage if it had this combo, yet I could still do long distance hauls with it.
i edited my post while you reponded.
But to your point, if everyone if drivng 30 miles a day or less(which is fairly true for me) then stop putting 137 kwh batteries in these EV trucks and use the saved weight for a range extender and gas tank. The batteries have poor energy density and add a tremendous amount of weigh over an equivalent ICE truck. The Rivian is north of 7000 lbs for a nearly mid sized truck and the Lightning is pushing 7000 lbs. The Hummer is 9500 lbs because they needed to stuff a 200 kwh battery in it to make it not suck. You know what I could do with 4000 lbs of saved weight ?
Give me a battery that can get me through 99% of my daily driving needs and back it up with a range extender to give me the truck capabilities i need.
There are tangible benefits to an electric powertrain over a hybrid which is why id rather have the ev/range extender option.