Sure, Ford can be in System 1 by 2026, however what’s with this infographic exhibiting off an unknown electrical pickup truck?
For those who take a look at this infographic displaying Ford’s “Targeted and Strategic International Motorsports Program,” you will note one thing uncommon of their “EV Efficiency Demonstrators” block – an unknown electrical pickup truck. At first, chances are you’ll dismiss it because the silhouette of a Ford F-150 lightning, however I do not assume it’s.
Beneath, I supplied pictures of Ford truck pictures with their profile heading the identical course.
For those who examine the profile of a present Ford F-150 (which is identical because the F-150 Lightning), to the silhouetted picture above, they aren’t the identical truck. Ford already supplied a silhouette picture of the upcoming Raptor Ranger, and so they look totally different. As such, it isn’t an electrified Ford Ranger. I opted to take a look at the Maverick’s profile under.
At first blush, it positive resembles the Mavericks silhouette – however look nearer. If actually you scrutinize its profile, you will see some variations. Take a look at the mattress size, rear bumper design and hood size. See it? This silhouette may very well be the subsequent EV pickup which may be smaller than the Ford Maverick.
Bear in mind: Ford talked about a seconds all electrical pickup not that way back.
CEO Jim Farley stated that Ford will construct a second EV truck on the Blue Oval Metropolis manufacturing complicated in Stanton, Tennessee. He acknowledged that they may start to construct the next-generation battery-electric F-Sequence pickups in 2025.
The remainder of what you see on this infographic pertains to Ford’s formidable racing program(s) and the way they’re all related. As this thriller EV pickup resides within the “EV Efficiency Demonstrators,” I’m involved that it may very well be a one-off or an idea of some sore. Nonetheless, while you take a look at it carefully, it positive appears like a manufacturing pickup of some type.
What do you assume?
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