President Biden unveils Ford’s F-150 electric on the day of the factory launch
U.S. President Joe Biden spoke Tuesday afternoon at Ford’s Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Dearborn, Michigan, and the F-150 Lightning was behind him all along. Ford has been laughing at all of its F-150 engines for years, and the company deserves it legally, will eventually reveal the car tomorrow. Biden beat them up, though the car is only visible from a distance and there is not much about it.
Ford is preparing for its grand opening event tomorrow, May 19, at 9:30 PM NDI. There, the company will share information on pricing and final F-150 Lightning. The F-150 has become the most popular car in the US, and Ford says Lightning will have it the ability to increase horses and gravity more than any present nation.
The F-150 lightning should hit the streets in 2022, immediately Tesla’s Cybertruck it has to go into production. Although they are both electric and automotive, there is a chance that everyone will confuse the two.
All products selected by Engadget are selected by our publishing team, excluding our parent company. Some of our articles include helpful links. If you purchase one of these links, we will be able to make a donation.