Don’t waste your time commenting that we should have taken a Rivian or a Ford Lightning. Sure, a pure electric truck towing a soon-to-be-electric Lamborghini would have made more perfect symmetry. But because we would have been forced to stop a whole bunch of times to recharge the rig, it would have also verified to another set of would-be commenters that electric cars are just a silly comedy of magical thinking.
Does conceding that you didn't use an electric truck because doing so would have revealed how deficient they are relative to the trucks we have now for doing important truck things convince anyone that EVs aren't as inferior now as they were when gasoline-powered cars with electric starters drove them off the market about a century ago?
I have a 2022 X5 xDrive45e (that's the plug-in hybrid) that did excellently towing a U-haul trailer with a Jaguar on the back of it. That said, the car disabled the cruise control (both adaptive and standard) when the trailer was attached, which was annoying on a flat road.