Meet the chief engineer behind Ford’s electric truck | KAMR


This segment is sponsored by Ford.

AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — After a decade of rapid growth, the global electric car market hit the 10 million mark in 2020, a 43% increase from 2019, according to the International Energy Association ( IEA). Automakers and policymakers are responding by increasing their attention and actions related to electric vehicles (EVs) and seeing EV technologies as effective options to help achieve environmental, societal and health goals.

Enter the all-electric F-150 Lightning, the poster child for what Ford can deliver for the future by delivering new and useful technology with amplified connected capabilities for consumers. Features and attributes are carefully packaged to offer consumers more than what they need and want. They provide an ecosystem of services including differentiated charging, energy solutions and power generation performance.


  • The first-ever zero-emission F-Series, with features like Mega Power Frunk, two-way power transfer in the event of a blackout and vehicle-to-vehicle charging.
  • Delivers targeted power of 563 horsepower and 775 lb-ft. of torque – a smooth, quiet and exhilarating ride, a high-tech front trunk and the ability to power your home when needed.
  • A new innovative ecosystem of connection and intelligence with BlueCruise, Enhanced Pro Power Onboard and Intelligent Backup Power (IBP).
  • Targets a maximum payload of 2,000 lbs and an available towing capacity of 10,000 lbs.

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