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Old 11-06-2021, 06:03 PM   #1
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Six F-150 lightnings charging at an EA site. Video as well.

I cross posted this. Kinda cool. The engineers were pretty good about letting the guy film. Take the time to watch the video. Some neat stuff.


Here is a separate link to the video on YouTube.
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I suspect the other end of those cords were plugged into a fossil fueled power plant, eh?
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I suspect the other end of those cords were plugged into a fossil fueled power plant, eh?
lol . No idea. We live in BC so it’s pretty much hydro here. Depends where you live I suppose.

I don’t think that will matter much to the buyers though. Performance is still a huge factor when buying a car or truck. Hard to keep up to an electric in that regard. But different people need different things out of a vehicle. Heavy hauling would still be a diesel. Towing the trailer to the lake on the weekend an electric half ton would work for many.
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