Last night Ford formally unveiled their new electric F150 Lightning pickup truck. The electric version looks a lot like the wildly popular gas-powered version. The pickup will be able to travel up to 480 kilometres per battery charge, thanks to a frame designed to safely hold a huge lithium-ion battery that can power your house should the electricity go out. If it succeeds, it could speed up our transition away from petroleum burners. Competition for the Lightning is looming; General Motors says it’s working on an electric Silverado, Stellantis is developing an electric Ram, and Tesla’s Cybertruck is due out this year.
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