The world’s best-selling truck company could become the first automaker to have two electric trucks in the market!

The electric pickup truck market is arguably the most competitive segment today. Apart from mainstream automakers dipping their toes in this niche, several new startups have dived in headfirst. Rivian, Bollinger, Atlis, Lordstown, and many more are starting their automotive journeys with electric pickup trucks, but none of them have a production-ready offering on the road yet. However, if Ford were to capitalize on this rendering of the Mach-E as a pickup – which we think it should, it could have not one, but two electric trucks on the market. Would you buy a Mach-E pickup truck?

This Design Could Serve Well As An Entry-Level Pickup Truck

The Mustang Mach-E Pickup Is The Truck That Ford Should Build
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Ford Mach-E is a sweet urban electric crossover, but it has received a lot of heat for wearing a Mustang badge on it. Nevertheless, its design philosophy is such that it looks good even in different outfits. A rendering artist had earlier designed the Mach-E as a rally car, and now SRK Designs has imagined the Mach-E as a pickup truck.

Although looks are subjective, we feel it doesn’t look that bad and could do well on the market as an entry-level electric pickup truck.

As you can see in the video, the Mach-E is being designed as a Supercab. It is given a raised stance, new wheels, and a truck bed with a faux roll bar. The roll bar seems a little odd here, but a better, tougher unit would look good. Also, the Mach-E’s taillight setup looks swell on a truck. Overall, it has a smart presence from the side, but as I mentioned earlier, looks are subjective and it may not be to everyone’s taste.

The Mustang Mach-E Pickup Is The Truck That Ford Should Build
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What do you have to say about this rendering? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Ford Mach-E Performance
Battery Type Drive Type Performance Horsepower and torque
Select Standard Range Rear-Wheel Drive 255 HP / 306 LB-FT
Select Standard Range All-Wheel Drive 255 HP / 417 LB-FT
Premium Standard Range Rear-Wheel Drive 255 HP / 306 LB-FT
Premium Standard Range All-Wheel Drive 255 HP / 417 LB-FT
Premium Extended Range Rear-Wheel Drive 282 HP / 306 LB-FT
Premium Extended Range All-Wheel Drive 332 HP / 417 LB-FT
First Edition Extended Range All-Wheel Drive 332 HP / 417 LB-FT
California Route 1 Extended Range Rear-Wheel Drive 282 HP / 306 LB-FT
GT Performance Extended Range All-Wheel Drive 459 HP / 612 LB-FT
Sidd Dhimaan
Associate Editor and Truck Expert - sidd@topspeed.com
Sidd joined the Topspeed.com team in 2017 as an intern and in less than a year he earned a full-time position as an associate editor and junior automotive expert. He is currently our pickup truck expert and focuses his attention on heavy-duty and off-road vehicles.  Read More
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