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I've doing my best to find as much info on the F-150 EV's specs as I can so far, but there's not much from the articles that I've read.

All that I've found so far is:
  • From a design standpoint it should look similar to the ICE version based on spy photos.
  • Range should be at least 300 miles since that's what the Mustang Mach-E is expected to get.
  • Patent photos suggest it could have dual motors.

Apart from that I haven't found much else, so what specs do you want to see from the F-150 EV?

For me it should be available with at least 2 motors, especially for towing and carrying large payloads. If it came with a quad motor setup like the Rivian R1T that would be incredible. I would also want it to have a range somewhere around 400 miles like the R1T.
 

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I've doing my best to find as much info on the F-150 EV's specs as I can so far, but there's not much from the articles that I've read.

All that I've found so far is:
  • From a design standpoint it should look similar to the ICE version based on spy photos.
  • Range should be at least 300 miles since that's what the Mustang Mach-E is expected to get.
  • Patent photos suggest it could have dual motors.
Apart from that I haven't found much else, so what specs do you want to see from the F-150 EV?

For me it should be available with at least 2 motors, especially for towing and carrying large payloads. If it came with a quad motor setup like the Rivian R1T that would be incredible. I would also want it to have a range somewhere around 400 miles like the R1T.
I like the sound of two electric motors but for the range I hope it's more than 300 miles. Once you start putting stuff in the bed the range will start to drop.
 

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I like the sound of two electric motors but for the range I hope it's more than 300 miles. Once you start putting stuff in the bed the range will start to drop.
No kidding, it has to be able to maintain a strong range while carrying heavy loads.
 
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