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Old 07-29-2019, 02:32 PM
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Default Ford F150 EVís 1.25M-Pound Train Pull Turns Out To Be Pretty Easy

The auto world was shaken up a little last week when it heard that the planned Ford F150 EV (electric) would tow more than 1.25 million pounds. It did exactly that but it turns out that, after some checking with a computer, that it wasn't as hard as everyone thought.

Do you remember all the hubbub last week when a prototype Ford F150 EV pulled 10 railway cars loaded with 42 Ford F150s? Supposedly, the feat of a prototype EV hauling more than 1 million pounds worth of railway cars and trucks was of major significance. There were only two questions that could arise from this stunt: to whom was this stunt necessary and why was it important?

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Ford F150 EVís 1.25M-Pound Train Pull Turns Out To Be Pretty Easy
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