Back in 2017, Ford announced an electrified version of its most popular pickup truck. Now, it finally enters the spotlight — making jaws collectively drop to the floor across the world. The Ford All-Electric F-150 Pickup Truck showcased it’s tremendous power and towing capacity, ensuring you the vehicle is a monster by towing 10 double-decker rail cars over 1,000 feet.
Ford didn’t announce battery and powertrain specs, but they did flex the prototype truck’s American muscle with not one, but two displays of power. After towing the empty rail cars, the Ford All-Electric F-150 Pickup Truck hauled them again with 42 gas-guzzling 2019 F-150s. For the second stunt, the electrified truck hauled an insane 1.25 million pounds, according to Linda Zhang, the chief engineer of the electric truck project — which absolutely crushes the 300,000-pound towing capacity of the Tesla Pickup. Ford will spend $11.5 billion to build over a dozen electrified models by 2022. The iconic company will release the F-150 Hybrid next year, and the All-Electric F-150 is coming soon thereafter.