The redesigned 2021 Ford F-150 pickup truck goes on sale in November, but the ongoing development of the all-electric Ford F-150 foretells the trends shaping what we drive and how we drive for the next decade.

For the first time, the bestselling vehicle in America and one that accounts for nearly half of all full-size pickup trucks sold here will come with a hybrid option for 2021. It is one of six powertrains available in rear- or four-wheel drive on the 2021 F-150, which also includes a tried-and-true V-8, a base V-6, a turbodiesel V-6, and two other turbo V-6 engines that outperform the V-8 and signal a bleak future for such displacement. 

In a statement issued last week about production of the 2021 F-150, Ford claims the electric version will be more powerful than the others when it comes to market by mid-2022. Here are five things to consider about the electric…

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