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The look and feel of the 2021 Ford F-150 Hybrid combine to give you a heavy-duty workhouse that catches the eye while carrying the load you need. It’s time to get excited. This Hybrid engine (10-speed SelectShift® Hybrid transmission) includes the ability to tow at least 12,000 pounds while carrying 3,325 pounds. 

The PowerBoost™ hybrid model with multiple aluminum body panels, electrically boosted brakes, and a revised powertrain is 100% assembled in America. 

  • 3.5L PowerBoost™ Full Hybrid V6 engine
  • 1.5 kW-hour battery pack (stored beneath the truck)
  • 35 kW electric motor
  • Anticipate approx. 700 miles per full tank of gas (source)

While the exterior remains mostly unchanged, the tweaks that you’ll notice are in details and stampings. There’s a wide selection of grille options, multiple interior upgrades, and their Sync 4 system offers better processing power. You’ll love that the exterior lighting is easily activated via Sync as well.

With a 2.4 kW inverter (or optional 7.2 kW) you have Pro Power Onboard™. This offers you an integrated generator in-bed. The capacity of the 2,400 watts offers you about 85-hours of capacity. With the upgradable option to 7,200 watts, there’s a 32-hour capacity of use.

How does that measure up?

Estimated Wattage Needed:

  • Jackhammer – 1,800 
  • Circular saw – 1,000-1,200 
  • Portable Air compressor – 1,000
  • Battery charger – 200 

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This new offering from Ford is a game-changer. Runs strong, works harder, and is assembled in America. That’s a winning combination.

With multiple driver-assist technologies added, you’re talking about safety measures that will make a difference. You’ll also find the Ford Co-Pilot360™ 2.0 integrated into the new F-150 models.

The 2021 Ford F-150 Hybrid has people talking, and we can see why. With technology racing steadily along, Ford is leading the way with a fan favorite that offers the look and feel of a truck they love. The future is here, and Ford’s 2021 F-150 Hybrid is the talk of the town. It’s winning great press, and people over.

The hybrid model will run approximately $2,500 over the cost of the standard editions.

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