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Electric Ford F-150! And it looks normal – what an idea!

Electric Ford F-150 And it looks normal - what an idea
Electric Ford F-150 And it looks normal – what an idea

There will be two battery pack options, giving you an estimated 230 or 300 miles of range.

Power is targeted at 426 hp / 563 hp for the respective battery packs, and 775 lb-ft of torque for both. Quicker than a Raptor.

Two electric motors are used, which will drive the front and rear axles.

Up to 9.6 kW of power from various outlets around the truck (frunk, interior, and bed), with a 240V outlet in the bed as well.

Big selling point – you can send that power into your home! With Ford’s 80-amp Ford Charge Station Pro & home management system, you’ve got a 9.6kW power source for your home in the event of a power outage.

Ford says this is enough to power the average home for 3 days with the extended battery pack (~30kWh/day), or up to 10 days with rationed use.

Battery sizes have not been quoted; from the above, you might think around ~100 kWh for the extended pack (I don’t think so), but based on Ford’s quoted charging speeds, I’d estimate the standard battery pack is ~115 kWh, and the extended is ~150 kWh.

Pure speculation – not a figure from Ford!

Pricing actually seems solid. From Ford: “The commercial-oriented entry model starts at $39,974 MSRP before any federal or state tax credits, while the mid-series XLT model starts at $52,974 MSRP.”


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