Ford F-150, America's best-selling pickup, operates electrically.
On Tuesday, Ford released a video demonstration featuring the body of the 2019 F-150 engine that has the courage from its future all-electric vehicle. In the presentation, the mashup EV took 10 railcars with a total distance of 1,000 feet.
The double-decker train contains 42 full-scale F-150s for a combined total weight of more than one million pounds, Ford says.
"What we are trying to show is the benefits of instant torque from electric motor," says Linda Zhang, chief engineer of the F-150. "The F-150 can add new possibilities that are possible only on the electric motor."
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The current F-150 can hit 13,200 lbs. At this point, the automaker has not released any EV spec for its future, first announced last year by company president Jim Farley. Pricing and when EV pickup starts to be sold to the public remains unclear.
A hybrid version of the truck will arrive in 2020.
Farley said a shift towards all-electric and hybrid was the futureproof of the billion-dollar F-Series franchise during a January presentation .
Ford's electric trucks may be the first of its kind to reach the U.S. market. if the American car can speed up the vehicle around. Tesla and Rivian are both in their heels with their own electric pickups in the works.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the company " could " unveil its prototype by the end of 2019, while Rivian teased pre-produced its EV production on Twitter as recently as July, stating that company is " busy making metal ". 
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The latest Ford video of following follows the footsteps of Other automakers have pulled wonderful things taking things.
In 2012, an unchanged 2012 Toyota Tundra acquired the enormous, 292,000-thousand Endeavor shuttle space on a bridge at I-405 in Los Angeles. Tundra with 5.7-liter V8 is only rated at pulling 10,000-pounds.
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