What We Know About the Hybrid Ford Mustang and F-150
Ford made a huge announcement yesterday that has the entire automotive industry buzzing. On top of announcing a $700 million investment in its Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Michigan, a factory suitable for electrified and autonomous vehicles, the company also unveiled plans for a hybrid Mustang, F-150 and more. So, here is what we know so far about the hybrid Ford Mustang and F-150.
Both the F-150 and Mustang are some of Ford’s most popular and iconic vehicles, and offering them in hybrid form will certainly be an exciting change up. Though details are slim, Ford has given us some information to look forward to.
The hybrid Mustang, for example, will be powered by a V8 engine that delivers even more low-end torque. Ford expects it to debut in 2020. As for the hybrid Ford F-150, the brand expects it to also be available by 2020 and it has been said that the truck will deliver powerful towing and “operate as a mobile generator.”
What Other Hybrid Vehicles Are Being Made By Ford?
The Mustang and F-150 aren’t the only vehicles receiving this hybrid treatment. Ford is also planning to build an all-new fully electric SUV. According to Ford, this SUV will be available by 2020 and will be capable of an estimated range of at least 300 miles.
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Also planned is an autonomous hybrid vehicle for 2021, a plug-in hybrid Transit for 2019 (for Europe) and two hybrid police vehicles. If you are interested in learning more about Ford’s plans for the future or simply want to stay updated on more of the latest Ford news, be sure to follow the Sanders Ford blog. We’ll keep you updated with more information as it is made available.