2020 Ford F-150 Plug-In Hybrid Review & Changes – In the title of addressing all the bases and on the pumps of the release of its all-new turbo-diesel 3.0-liter V-6, Ford is in the final levels of testing the most up-to-date F-150 powertrain – the 2.7-liter plug-in hybrid gas/electric engine. Our spy shooters are already on the search for the new powertrain since Ford has assured it for model-year 2020, which is just all around the area. Though the hybrid cues are simple and the front-end styling is reminiscent of the 2020 F-150, don’t be deceived – there is some special technology under the hood. Here’s what our photography enthusiasts directed us.
“Testing for Ford’s F-150 plug-in hybrid has ramped up, with the visual appeal of new PHEV pickup truck prototypes captured roaming the roadways of Dearborn, Mich.
“Ford declared its goal to make a hybrid F-150 a number of years earlier, and we are able to see what presents itself to be a reduce line for a plug-in port installed on the disguised front fender of the silver F-150 prototype. The burgundy F-150 prototype has a bulkier flap, again signaling the location of a charge port for a plug-in hybrid F-150.
“The F-150 PHEV has become hinted at and assured for years, so it’s stimulating to see far more prototypes on the avenues. The introduction of the F-150 PHEV prototypes correlates with prototypes for the Lincoln Aviator PHEV and Ford Escape PHEV, the two of that have been chance on the test circuit in the latest several weeks. It appears like Ford’s electrification pledges are now relocating over and above gossip and push release, and into the true-world testing circuit.”