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2022 Ford F-150 Lightning electric pickup: Up to 480 Km range, starting at $39,974 US$
How do you make the shift to electric vehicles feel real to vast swaths of America? Make a fully electric pickup truck. Make that the best-selling truck in history, the F-150. And then price it at what can amount to less than the gasoline version.
First Look: 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning
Huge frunk, massive torque, and two battery choices highlight this all-electric pickup.
Oof! The 2022 GMC Hummer will weigh in excess of 9,000 lbs
It will surprise exactly no one that EVs are heavy — after all, batteries tend to have a lot of mass. However, it would seem the upcoming GMC Hummer is going to bend the scales at an incredible rate.
Is Ford planning an electric version of the Bronco?
Ford seems to be following a sound strategy of electrifying models in the segments most popular with buyers (rather than those that seem convenient to electrify). The Blue Oval has a hit on its hands (if it wants one) with the Mustang Mach-E, and it could make history with the upcoming F-150 Lightning.
To boost safety, Canadian government proposes noise requirements for EVs
The requirements, which bring Canadian standards in line with those in the U.S., address safety risks posed by quiet vehicles, including potential collisions with cyclists and visually impaired Canadians