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Electric F-150 Confirmed? | Truck NEWS

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PAOLI, Pa. (April26th, 2019)

In the latest installment of AmericanTrucks’ (AT) “Truck News” YouTube video series, host Justin Dugan discusses breaking truck topics like Ford Motor Company’s $500M investment in electric truck startup company Rivian. Providing information regarding power output and range of their RT1 production model, as well as his expert opinion on the topic, Justin puts on his tin foil hat speculating on Ford and Rivian’s developmental strategy and the future of electric trucks.


“The Rivian R1T is smashing the boundaries regarding what a pickuptruck is — lightening quick acceleration, solid towing capabilities, tons of room for gear and best of all a 400-mile range with ZERO gas required. If Ford can tap into some of that with their legendary F150 I believe we’ll have a match made in truck heaven.”—Justin Duga

Also in this episode,Justin reports on the highly-anticipated 2019Ford F-150RTR, officially available to order from select dealers, as well as an update onthehighly-speculated development of Ford’s new Bronco, AKA the BroncoScout. As a bonus, a $150AT Gift Cardis on the line for viewers who commentand subscribe to the AmericanTrucks Ford YouTube Channel.Watch it here:

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