Ford F-150 Electric Style

Watch an Electric Ford F-150 Prototype Tow 1.25 Million Pounds – MotorTrend

Ford has mentioned it would introduce an all-electric F-150, but little did we know a prototype is well underway. In a new video, Ford not only shows off its electric F-150 prototype but demonstrates it can tow 1.25 million pounds.

Linda Zhang, F-150 chief engineer, drives the F-150 as it tows 10 double-decker rail cars. In a second demonstration, 42 regular F-150s are brought into the rail cars to make the load even heavier. Watch from 2:30 if you want to skip the chit chat in the video, which gives the obvious disclaimer not to try this at home. Ford hasn’t revealed the towing capacity of the electric F-150, nor has it stated exactly when it will arrive, saying only “in the coming years.” It should come after the F-150 hybrid that goes on sale next year.


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Review update: 2019 Ford F-150 Limited shows great power comes with great thirst – TheCarConnection

by Joel Feder
2019 Ford F-150 Limited

The 2019 Ford F-150 is wildly popular for a reason. There’s one for just about every need, or at least every pickup truck need. From base XL and XLT trucks to the high-zoot King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited models there’s an F-150 variant for just about every day of the week. For 2019, the competition is new with the glitzy, high-tech 2019 Ram 1500 and large 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 all looking to outdo the F-150—especially in high-spec versions with eye-popping price tags.

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2021 Ford F-150 Prototype Caught on Video – TFLTruck

by Nathan Adlen

Considering the Ford F-150 is the best selling vehicle in the United States, the fact that we caught the 2021 Ford F-150 test mule is huge. This is a vehicle that will host a ton of new technology including hybrid, diesel and all-electric drivetrains. This vehicle was caught testing at high elevation in the Rocky […]

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Electric Ford F-150 Spied With Fake Exhaust – Jalopnik

by Erik Shilling

Ford, as we’ve known for some time now, is building an electric version of the F-150. This makes a ton of sense on nearly every level, though the company took the unusual (?) step recently of trotting out a test version with an exhaust pipe that doesn’t look, let’s say, real.

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