F-150 Lightning Won’t Be Ford’s Only Electric Pickup – CNET

Ford began production of the F-150 Lightning on Tuesday, and the business used the event to share some future electric pickup truck news. According to Automotive News, Ford CEO Jim Farley said the car manufacturer plans to build an “brand new” electrical truck at its Blue Oval City campus in Tennessee.” Its another truck,” Farley told press reporters at Tuesdays event. “We said really plainly we wish to be the leader in electric pickup.” Farley didnt provide any details about the future electric truck, so it might be anything from a Maverick-size compact pickup to something even more robust like an F-Series Super Duty. The Blue Oval City plant is anticipated to be up and running in 2024. Other American car manufacturers going into the electrical pickup space are concentrating on full-size rivals to the F-150 Lightning. Chevrolet will release a Silverado EV in the not-too-distant future, and Ram just recently announced an electric truck, also. Obviously, theres likewise the Tesla Cybertruck, though its uncertain exactly when that a person will finally hit the road.Right now, though, Ford is focusing its efforts on the F-150 Lightning. The truck “is going to alter our company forever,” Executive Chairman Bill Ford said, according to Automotive News. Try to find the very first Lightning trucks to strike Ford dealers this month.

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