Ford’s electric pickup truck is looking strong advanced.
Ford declared on Thursday that it would put upwards of $700 million out of another facility at its Rouge vehicle assembly complex to manufacture the anticipated electric F-150.
This new facility will include around 300 positions, which is consistently ideal to see, yet what it had forgotten about recently was what this new F-150 would really resemble.
Presently, on account of another teaser picture from the Blue Oval, we know and – shock! – it would seem that a Rivian R1T and a Bronco finished a container of Boone’s Farm and put on some Air Supply.
That is to say, despite that depiction, they think it looks cool. All things considered, it’s only a mystery, so there’s a lot of space for interpretation and just as for Ford to adjust its perspective.
“We are proud to once again build and innovate for the future here at the Rouge with the debut of our all-new F-150 and the construction of a modern new manufacturing center to build the first-ever all-electric F-150,” said Bill Ford, leader administrator, Ford Motor Company, in an announcement. “This year’s COVID-19 crisis made it clear why it is so important for companies like Ford to help keep our US manufacturing base strong and help our country get back to work.”
The F-150 EV is set to hit the market eventually in 2022.