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All-Electric Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 Prototype Dragster

Most drag racing cars are loud and use lots of gasoline to achieve their incredibly low quarter-mile times. But for the All-Electric Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 Prototype Dragster, not a single drop of fuel is used to achieve a low-8-second quarter mile at 170+ mph.

The purpose-built vehicle delivers over 1,400 horsepower and 1,100 lb.-ft. of torque at a moments notice, fully showcasing the benefits of electric propulsion. Without the need to rev up, the all-electric Mustang Cobra Jet can put the power down instantly.

“Ford has always used motorsport to demonstrate innovation,” said Dave Pericak, Global Director of Ford Icons. “Electric powertrains give us a completely new kind of performance and the all-electric Cobra Jet 1400 is one example of pushing new technology to the absolute limit.”

The Cobra Jet 1400 prototype will make its world debut later this year at a drag racing event, where fans can see what this impressive vehicle is capable of on the track. It also honors the original Cobra Jet, which was a major competitor on the drag strip in the late 1960s.

Ford announced the Mustang Mach-E SUV earlier this year, which is the first Mustang vehicle that Ford customers will be able to get their hands on and experience electric power. If you are interested in reserving a Mustang Mach-E, please contact us at Tommie Vaughn Ford in Houston, TX.

 

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Source: Ford Media Center

All-Electric Ford Transit Van Coming in 2022

Ford recently announced that they will be introducing an all-electric version of the Ford Transit van to market starting in 2022. The new electric Transit will be available in the United States and Canada, with the goal of helping businesses become sustainable, lower ownership costs and improve air quality and noise levels in cities.

Ford has been the leader in the commercial van segment for 35 years with the popular E-Series, Transit and Transit Connect cargo vans that help businesses get work done. Purchasing a new all-electric Transit van will give buyers access to Ford’s incredible service network, upfitting services and the largest public charging network in North America.

Built in the United States, the new all-electric Ford Transit is part of Ford’s $11.5 billion investment in electric vehicles. It joins the already announced Ford F-150 and Mustang Mach-E vehicles that are also coming to dealers soon.

Like currently available Ford Commercial Vehicles, the all-electric Ford Transit vans will feature the technology businesses need to optimize efficiency and reduce waste. Ford Telematics, Ford PassConnect with 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot and Ford Data Service tools are also integrated, providing more information on the go and remotely.

If you would like more information about Ford electric vehicles, including the all-electric Ford Transit, talk to us today at Tommie Vaughn Ford in Houston, Texas.

 

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Source: Ford Media Center

Ford Announces All-Electric 2021 Mustang Mach-E

The Ford Mustang lineup is expanding into a new segment with the introduction of the all-new, all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E SUV. With a targeted driving range of up to 300 miles and impressive performance, the Mustang Mach-E brings the Mustang family into the modern era of electric vehicles.

When it was launched back in 1964, the Ford Mustang perfectly met the wants and needs of millions of young car buyers, who wanted style, freedom, performance and an unmistakable attitude. The Mustang Mach-E is built to meet the needs of today’s buyers, who want an advanced, connected vehicle that still embodies the freedom and performance of the original Mustang.

When it comes to dealerships in late 2020, the Ford Mustang Mach-E will be available with either a standard or extended-range battery, and equipped with either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. High-performance GT versions will also be available, with targeted 0-60 times of under 4 seconds.

Ford made sure when it was developing the 2021 Mustang Mach-E that it wouldn’t just be a good electric vehicle. They wanted to build something that people would find thrilling to drive, features the latest technology and looks amazing.

If you are interested in becoming one of the first to get behind the wheel of the new Mustang Mach-E, you can make a reservation online and contact us at Tommie Vaughn Ford in Houston, Texas.

 

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Source: Ford Media Center

All-Electric F-150 Prototype Tows Over 1 Million Pounds

Ford recently showed off a prototype of an all-electric Ford F-150, which the company has been working on and committed to bringing to market in the future. To show off the prototype’s incredible torque provided by the all-electric drivetrain, Ford put the all-electric F-150 pickup to the ultimate test.

Linda Zhang, the chief engineer of the Ford F-150, demonstrated the F-150 all-electric prototype towing 10 double-decker rail cars that were hauling 42 brand new F-150 trucks. The total weight of the trucks and rail cars came in at over 1 million pounds.

The video released by Ford demonstrates the commitment of Ford’s engineers to make sure any electrified version of the legendary F-150 pickup truck continues to have the toughness, capability and innovation that owners across the country have come to expect.

In addition to an all-electric Ford F-150 coming to the market in the future, Ford has announced that it will be introducing an all-new F-150 Hybrid that will go on sale in 2020. Like all F-150 trucks, the new hybrid model will be able to work and play hard.

If you would like to learn more about the 2019 Ford F-150 and all of the advanced technology available in the current F-Series lineup, contact us today at Tommie Vaughn Ford in Houston, TX.

 

New Ford F-150 Inventory

 

Source: Ford Media Center