Ford to Roll Out The First-Ever All-Electric F-150 Truck With Live-Streamed Ceremony at Its HQS

DEARBORN – The upcoming all-electric truck is dubbed F-150 Lightning by Ford. The innovative and smartest version is going to be rolled out on May 19 at Ford World HQs in Dearborn, millions will watch the glimpses through live streaming.

Ford f-150 lightning carries over the legacy of Tough Trucks with additional innate capabilities of the F-Series. Ford is America’s best-seller in the troika of payload, power, and towing endurance.

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The ceremony will start sharp at 09:30 p.m. EDT, May 19, and would be broadcasted all over the globe in more than 30 ways. Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and national publications, besides 18 physical locations such as Las Vegas Boulevard and Times Square in NYC, will be taken on board.

Whenever a new vehicle is launched, it is to turn the tables, the same vibes are being expected by Ford’s CEO and President Jim Farley. He goes at length elaborating on the good sides of the all-electric Ford f-150 Lightning, “This truck can power your house during the outage and is even more efficient than the original non-electric version of F-150.”

The production plant is at the Ford Rouge Complex administered by Ford-UAW workers, Rouge Complex has been a cathedral of all state-of-the-art marvels”, added Jim.

Regular production will start in the coming spring at the Rouge Electric Vehicle Centre.

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