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Ford’s all-electric lineup features the new powerful F-series Lightning and the show stopping Mustang Mach E. This dynamic duo drives into the future being powered solely on batteries. Ford has put these vehicles through every test, making sure they can withstand any element on any occasion. What’s stopping you from going electric?
Electric vehicles can have significant emissions benefits over conventional vehicles. All-electric vehicles produce zero tailpipe emissions. All-electric vehicles have the benefit of flexible charging because the electric grid is near most locations where people park. To safely deliver energy from the electric grid to a vehicle’s battery using changing stations. Electric vehicles can eliminate all fuel costs because of the high efficiency of electric-drive components. Because all-electric vehicles rely in whole on electric power, their fuel economy is measured differently than that of conventional vehicles. Electric vehicles measure milage in kilowatt-hours (kWh) per 100km. Depending on how they are driven, today’s light-duty all-electric vehicles can exceed 130 kWh and can drive 100 miles consuming only 25–40 kWh.