The video they show is double decker rail carriages with 42 F150 [ 1 for ea yr of production] hence the weight but usual PR gimmick, truck has no ballast in back but pulls away with no wheel slip. But with 0 to 100 kph in 4.6 sec some beast, and power your house for 3 days good back up and would have huge appeal to Americans with their huge wind problems causing days of power outages. Parents of the future will not know what time daughter gets home if boyfriend has an electric vehicle .
Im telling ya boomers , Im seeing EV stockcars and superstocks in the tea leaves.
How long before we see Nissan Leaf on the engine declaration
It's times like this I'm glad I'm old, hopefully old enough that'll I'll never have to witness such a thing!!
“The guy who invented the first wheel was an idiot. The guy who invented the other three, HE was a genius.”.........."Just think how stupid the average person is, and then realize that half of them are even stupider!"
Ford would have to adapt to electricity ,it may be a life saver since the Model A ,nothing in its power range has been outstanding ...
you have got to be kidding. I'll mention a few, gt40, red waka, Chris Allens cars and hoonicorn
Add to that, Simbo's and Tom Rusher sprint cars, Radish BTCC Mondeo, McLauglin Mustang, Steve McQueens Bullit car. Midway probably carts metal and veges on a Ford Cost Cutter or Trader |and a Louisville to carry his money to the bank. This electric F150 may prove to be the giant leap forward for Ford that the Model A was in it's day.
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I am pleased for on line banking ,i dont have to worry about going to the bank ,and now days the bank manager comes to you , always give him half a biscuit and tea bags that have dried on the window sill .... There is a Shelby Mustang in the shed it starts and farts but know where i think as good as my trusty old diesel L200 she,s a honey ..
The country,s only refinery posted an annual loss of 198 .3 million last year due the the glut in fuel supplies globally Marsden Point oil refinery is likely to be a fuel import terminal only from next year ,with a loss of 400 jobs .
So it looks like the Gerry cans will be around for sometime yet Naki like the field mushrooms growing in the front paddock ..