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All-Electric F-150 Coming “Within 24 Months”

A prototype F-150 EV on steel tracks managed to tow a train weighing 1.25 million lbs last year. Image via Ford.

By B. O’Hare

Major news today as Ford has officially confirmed a fully electric version of their best-selling F-150 truck is coming within the next two years. We’ve known for quiet a while that an F-150 EV was coming, but we didn’t expect it would arrive this early.

Over the past 12 months multiple electric F-150 prototypes have been spotted, with many utilizing a Rivian chassis. However, according to our sources the production F-150 will not use a base from Rivian (a company Ford has heavily invested in) but instead it’s own unique platform.

Ford’s statement means the F-150 EV will arrive by mid-2022 at the latest – around the same time the Cybertruck will hit the market. No word on pricing or specs, but we estimate $50k would be about right and a range of up to 400 miles per charge plus a 11,000 lbs towing capacity would be quite possible. Would you consider an all-electric F-150 over a Cybertruck or Rivian R1T? Let us know in the replies section below.



2 thoughts on “All-Electric F-150 Coming “Within 24 Months” Leave a comment

  1. Unless other electric car companies build a super charging network like Tesla.. they will always be second rate

  2. Absolutely!! I am a senior at the Arizona State University School of Sustainability and have written several times that once the F-150 goes electric that this will be a game changer! The best selling vehicle and a full size truck in electric with excellent range and tow capacity, this should get into a major market that is missing from the EV world.

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