The electric trend is continuing as Ford takes two of its iconic vehicles and makes them hybrids. CEO Mark Fields has confirmed that the F-150 and Mustang will both have hybrid versions for sale by 2020.
There’s been rumor of a hybrid F-150 for a while but the news about the hybrid pony car is new. Ford says the hybrid version won’t lose any power and may even have better torque than the V8-powered current model. The rest of the details are still unknown and it’s unclear whether the hybrids will replace or be in addition to the current F-150 and Mustang engines. Ford also confirmed that 2020 will be the year they launch their fully-electric SUV with a 300 mile charge range.