Ford Loves to brag. Now he’s proud to deliver the F-150 Lightning electric pickup to all US states within two months.
Texas, the American capital of vans, and California, the leader of American electromobility, are leading the way in delivering the largest number of F-150 Lightning vehicles by the end of July this year.
Ford Proving that their electrician can handle all conditions. It doesn’t matter where it was sold to him. He cites the example of Jeff and Tommy Head, owners of both a Ford F-150 and now an F-150 Lightning, who mainly use their new electric pickup truck to haul boats from Anchorage to the Kenai River — about a three-hour drive — to fish for salmon.
Among the F-150 Lightning’s most famous — and most photographed — functions is the mega power funk. Owners use an additional 400 Liter and hardware storage space power 2.4 kW Pro Power onboard to charge your camping gear or your power tools while driving.
Another example Ford cites is Emre Cole of Texas, who uses his F-150 Lightning Lariat pickup for a kitchen and bathroom remodeling company. Recently, Mr. Cole helped a neighbor’s wife on her way home, but the battery in his electric sedan had less than 10 kilometers left. Emre connected his F-150 Lightning’s charging cable to the sedan to give him the power he needed to safely return home.
Nearly 80 percent of first-time buyers in the survey said the F-150 Lightning would be the first all-electric vehicle in their household.
Ford has sold 4,400 F-150 Lightning all-electric vans in the U.S. and Canada since the start of the year.
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