The Electric Ford F-150 Has Been Teased Looking Ugly As Sin
Another day, another bold electric truck designby Sidd Dhimaan, on
Ford recently revealed a teaser image of the electric F-150 while announcing the company’s new Rouge Electric Vehicle Center. From the looks of it, Ford seems to have followed Rivian and Tesla’s footsteps to come up with a bold truck that doesn’t look to share a lot of similarity with the internal combustion-engined crop of trucks. It’s too soon to comment, but it looks, well, weird.
Is This How It Will Look In The Night?
Looks are subjective, and this is just a teaser image, but the electric F-150 looks quite different. A full-width lightbar up front is bound to draw polarizing opinions. The diamond-grille looks quite different from the standard F-150 models, but we’ll wait for more images to roll out to see how it looks exactly. The sculpted hood could give it a strong street presence and underneath could be a pretty large frunk to store work tools and other stuff.
Ford’s New Facility For Electric Vehicles
Ford announced that it will be investing $700 million that will go towards constructing the new Rogue Electric Vehicle Center and manufacturing new vehicles. The center will be the birthplace of the electric F-150 as well as the F-150 PowerBoost Hybrid. The construction of the new facility will also add 300 jobs.
Bill Ford, executive chairman, Ford Motor Company, said in a statement,
"We are proud to once again build and innovate for the future here at the Rouge with the debut of our all-new F-150 and the construction of a modern new manufacturing center to build the first-ever all-electric F-150 This year's COVID-19 crisis made it clear why it is so important for companies like Ford to help keep our US manufacturing base strong and help our country get back to work."
There is a horde of loud electric trucks already, like the Tesla Cybretruck, Rivian R1T, etc., so Ford could’ve perhaps taken the subtle route and offered a more mainstream-looking truck that is reminiscent of the standard F-150 itself. But, it looks like the company wants to make a statement with the electric truck and not have any similarities with the fuel-powered sibling other than the F-150 moniker. The electric F-150 will arrive in 2022.
Two schools of thought here. Which one do you resonate with? A bold model, or a sedate, simple-looking electric F-150? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.