Agreed. The small triangle A-pillar windows will aid in regaining some of the lost windshield visibility. The F-150 looks to have some pretty serious visibility blockage going on in that area. Hopefully the somewhat tunnel vision caused by the long sloping glass and distant A-pillars won't cause...
My rough A-pillar visibility calculations show the CT having worse visibility than the F-150.
F-150: 96 degrees at the bottom of the A-pillars to 142 degrees at the top.
CT: 65 degrees at the bottom to 134 degrees at the top.
This is all due to the windshield being farther from the driver's...
This all says ICE is more efficient under load than EV when using no-load as a baseline.
Using your numbers:
Baseline EV: 100% efficient
Baseline ICE: 100% efficient
Loaded EV: 31.4% efficient
Loaded ICE: 60% efficient
What doesn't make sense to me is how two identical truck profiles (ICE F-150 vs. Lightning) can vary so much in delta efficiency when comparing unladen vs. towing.
ICE F-150 towing is roughly 70% efficient vs. unladen.
EV Lightning towing is roughly 50% efficient vs. unladen.