Ford has just unveiled its new electric F150 pickup, a vehicle that is still only about $1 in price per kilowatt-hour less than Tesla.
The electric saw powertrain is a much cheaper version of Tesla’s larger, more powerful Model S electric sedan, and it’s more powerful than the Model X SUV.
The car is also faster than the Tesla Model S, and even less expensive than the Chevy Bolt EV.
But unlike the Tesla, Ford’s electric F-150 has no on-board batteries to run the battery pack, and the car’s range will be limited by its battery capacity.
It is a lot less reliable than Tesla, and less efficient than the Bolt EV, which is less expensive and is capable of more than 200 miles of range.
But at least the F-15 is a good car.
In a statement, Ford said that its new pickup will “provide more fuel efficiency than the current generation, while maintaining the same price point.”
Ford said it has not yet evaluated the car, but that it expects it to be “a winner.”
It will go on sale in the third quarter of 2018.
Electric cars are going to get better The electric car industry is in an even tougher spot than the gas-powered auto industry, where the competition is already well established and where electric vehicles are still not as cheap as gas-engine cars.
The biggest threat to electric vehicles is climate change.
Climate change is a serious problem, but there are a lot of other issues that are also of concern, including health care costs and the need to transition to clean energy sources like solar and wind power.
Electric car manufacturers are also fighting back against regulations and regulations that they say are being used to limit their innovation.
Ford said the F150 is a “great vehicle for the next generation,” but “there are plenty of great options out there for our customers.”
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