Hexagon Purus collaborated with Ford in Horizon Europe’s ZEFES project for a hydrogen-powered heavy-duty truck.
The mission is to create and manage an inclusive framework for secure digital trust across the electric mobility PKI ecosystem.
ChargeScape’s platform will give electric utilities access to EV battery energy across a pool of EVs.
The goal is to understand the impact of electric vehicles on total depot electric energy and fuel consumption.
An adapter will allow Ford F-150 Lightning, Mustang Mach-E and E-Transit vehicles to access Tesla’s V3 Superchargers.
The maintenance schedule of the Mach-E is built around 6- and 12-month inspections of components and fluids.
The best-selling vehicle in the U.S. is the F-150 pickup truck – ranked as having one of the lowest fuel-economy ratings.
The new electrified offering is being engineered and built in Germany.
One of Ford’s biggest opportunities for growth and value creation lands in EV sales.
BlueOval will be home to Ford’s second-gen electric truck and will be capable of producing 500,000 EV trucks a year.
Ford plans to produce additional Mustang Mach-E, F-150 Lightning, Maverick and E-Transit vehicles to meet customer demand.
The USPS also awarded three suppliers contracts to purchase more than 14,000 EV charging stations.