Do you enjoy driving American-built vehicles like Ford and Chevy?
If so, you'll adore the electric vehicles that these automakers intend to introduce in the upcoming years.
A Chevy or Ford is as American-made as they come.
Henry Ford sold the first Ford Model A on July 23, 1903, launching the US automobile industry.
Soon after, in November 1911, Chevy was established, and its first vintage model automobiles debuted in 1912.
Additionally, history does really repeat itself. Ford is leading the race in transforming its beloved vintage cars into electric-powered vehicles.
The Ford F-150 Lightning, Mustang Mach-E, and E-transit are three of Ford's electric vehicle offerings (a commercial van).
Ford sells both the F-150 Lightning and Mustang Mach-E as quickly as they can produce them due to their high demand.
Ford's sales of electric cars increased by 168.7% in July as the EV pickup enjoyed its greatest month since going on sale in April 2022, selling 2,173.
More crucially, sales of the EV muscle vehicle increased 74% from 2021,
while the Mach-E, which has been on the market longer (since December 2020), is still in strong demand.
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