Electric F-150 Lightning

It’s common knowledge that cold weather is bad for lithium-ion batteries in electric cars like the Ford F-150 Lightning. “Temperatures below 40°F cause the electrolyte solution to become sluggish, reducing how much power is available to discharge and how quickly the vehicle’s battery can charge,” Ford writes in a pressContinue Reading

The new Ford plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) is specifically designed for police and fire chiefs, as well as detectives and other non-pursuit law enforcement personnel. Technically speaking, the new Ford will have a modest 7.6 kWh lithium-ion battery pack for up to 21 miles of range on electric mode.Continue Reading