Not really. Most pickup trucks are in active use only for short periods of time -going to and from a job site, hauling tools and materials, etc. They still sit for most of the day while their owners do things. One with a couple hundred mile range would be sufficient for most needs. The trick would be how the range is impacted by the load.
And when it comes time to back up that loaded trailer on the job site, instant torque will be amazing. My guess is a lot of construction sites would love to see a truck with instant torque.