The Ford F-150 is by far the most well-liked and successful automobile in the country.
The Blue Oval has sold well over 34 million copies of the F-Series in the United States since its debut in the late 1940s.
Although the F-150 has always featured a gasoline or diesel internal combustion engine, times are a-changing!
The all-new Lightning, a totally electric variant of the standard F-150 truck, has just been unveiled by the American automotive giant.
The carmaker is optimistic that the F-150 Lightning will be a hit with its consumers given its widespread popularity in the nation.
The new Ford F-150 Lightning will come in two variants; the entry-level model,
which retails for just under $40,000 and has a range of 230 miles (370 kilometres), costs $90,000.
However, the F-150 Lightning's extended-range model asserts that its maximum range is 300 miles (483 kilometers).
Customers in the US will profit from a $7,500 federal tax credit in terms of prices.
The brand's new Rouge factory in Dearborn, Michigan will be used to construct the new Ford F-150 Lightning,
with production of the first model beginning early in 2019.
The Ford F-150 Lightning will be available in XLT, Lariat, and Platinum trims.