Ford begins production of the F-150 Lightning electric pickup truck

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Ford starts production of its F-150 Lightning electric pickup | Engadget


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Ford has begun "full" production of the F-150 Lightning at the Rouge electric vehicle center in Dearborn, Michigan, about four months after it stopped taking reservations. Delivering the base Pro version "in the days ahead," Ford said at the event (below),

it wasn't sure how many customers Lightnings will reach this year, but Ford expects production to grow to 150,000 vehicles a year in 2020. Year 2023 The automaker capped bookings at 200,000 and stopped taking orders for the 2022 model year.

About three-quarters of these potential customers haven't driven a Ford. The company added that "many" are first-time buyers of electric cars or trucks. but did not specify a number

The electric F-150 offers all the usual EV benefits like acceleration (0-60MPH in 4.5 seconds with extended battery) and strong and almost instant torque (775lb/ft) with a maximum range of 320 miles.