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The new F-150 EV might not be ready for the 2021 model year according to a new report:

"Crucially, the cancellation of the Lincoln EV will likely delay the introduction of Ford’s all-electric F-150. Although Ford has not formally announced whether the electric F-150 will incorporate Rivian’s Skateboard platform, the scenario remains probable given the hefty sum that Ford has invested in the EV truck maker. Interestingly, Ford is not alone in delaying its much-anticipated offerings. Rivian has announced that the deliveries for R1T and R1S electric trucks will now only take place in 2021. Moreover, GM (NYSE:GM 20.9 -6.24%) has also delayed the unveiling of its electric Hummer. In this emerging panorama, it seems that only Rivian’s R1T and Tesla’s Cybertruck will hit the road anytime soon."

 

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The new F-150 EV might not be ready for the 2021 model year according to a new report:

"Crucially, the cancellation of the Lincoln EV will likely delay the introduction of Ford’s all-electric F-150. Although Ford has not formally announced whether the electric F-150 will incorporate Rivian’s Skateboard platform, the scenario remains probable given the hefty sum that Ford has invested in the EV truck maker. Interestingly, Ford is not alone in delaying its much-anticipated offerings. Rivian has announced that the deliveries for R1T and R1S electric trucks will now only take place in 2021. Moreover, GM (NYSE:GM 20.9 -6.24%) has also delayed the unveiling of its electric Hummer. In this emerging panorama, it seems that only Rivian’s R1T and Tesla’s Cybertruck will hit the road anytime soon."

I heard that Rivian's production start got pushed to next June. It doesn't surprise me that Ford will experience the same thing.

 
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