Ford F-150 Lightning, the trademark of the Vibration has been filed in Australia

The Ford F-150 has opened the door for more versions of the pickup truck, including electric lightning.

Reported by First Ford authorities And confirmed by Care ExpertBlue Oval filed with IP Australia on May 11, 2022 for various trademarks, including F-150 Lightning and F-150 Vibration.

Trademarking a name is not a guarantee that a car will go down – the owner of the Ford Mustang Mach-E trademark in Ford Australia, for example, we will see it immediately in local showrooms without any indication.

This opened the door for those models to come to Australia. Ford has predicted the fact that it will sell five electric cars locally by 2025, of which only two have been confirmed at this stage.

In addition to Escape PHEV, it is locked into e-transit and e-transit custom. This leaves the door open for two more products, one of which could be lightning

Ford has confirmed that it is working on another electrical device, which is likely to be mounted on a separate EV platform instead of an adaptive internal-combustion platform.

If it arrives in Australia, the F-150 Lightning will join our market with the already locked EcoBoost V6 model.

A version of the F-150 pickup truck will be rebuilt in a left-to-right drive at the local Ford showroom in mid-2023, during which time it will compete with the Ram 1500 and Chevrolet Silverado 1500.

At launch, however, only mid-range XLT and Lariat (above) models will be sold locally. They will be imported from the USA and reproduced by RMA Automotive in a right-hand drive at a facility in Mickelham, Victoria.

Aware of the Ford F-150 Hybrid, Raptor, V8 and electric lightning options. It has not ruled out bringing them to Australia, but only once the reconstruction process has been established and the demand for ecobust has been proven.

The best-selling car in the United States will travel to Australia for the first time since 1993.

When the F-150 left the local showroom in 1993, its heavy-duty F-250 and F-350 siblings were sold here by Ford Australia from 2001 to 2006.

It was produced by Ford in Brazil on a right-hand drive, and was available with a choice of 5.4-liter petrol V8 and two turbo diesel depending on the variant: a 4.2-liter six and a 7.3-liter V8.

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