Need pictures, milage, if posible last owner and engine and transmission model.
Without the above all we can say is "maybe?" because we only know its a 2020 truck. Best bet if your serious about buying it is get an oiltest, blowby, and dyno to start with. Pull it up on rigdig to see if there are any major issues recorded and if you have the vin stop into a few mega shops and casually drop a $50 while asking if they can see if it had any major problems in the history.
Oh and if it was owned by ANY fleet that has a driver training program. Just walk on the truck unless your going to rebuild the whole thing right off.