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CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “LIVE: Ford Motor reveals new electric F-150 Lightning pickup — 5/19/21” – below is their description.
Ford Motor reveals the new electric F-150 Lightning pickup on Wednesday. The company unexpectedly showed the pickup for President Biden’s tour of Ford’s Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Dearborn on Tuesday, where the vehicle starts production this spring.
The highly anticipated truck resembles the automaker’s current F-150 but has unique exterior styling such as a closed-off grille and light bar across the front of the vehicle that connects its headlights.
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