Ford revolutionizes the aesthetics of electric vehicles with the introduction of the classic pickup truck of the 1970s
Apparently Ford intends to revive retro cars and now with the introduction of the electric version of its classic pickup van, it has realized a dream of previous generations. Ford's new electric pickup van, borrowed from the classic 1978 F-100, is known as the F-100 Eluminator, and the 480 Horsepower has power.
Of course, this model is just a concept design and now Not available for dealership. But in any case, this car is an example of paying attention to progress, or in other words, looking back, in the field of aesthetic aspects in electric cars.
The inside of the hood is like any other electric car. It has little charm. However, the real attraction here is to enjoy the chic and classic look of the 70's without having to worry about pollution and ozone depletion every time you start it.
The car, despite its resemblance to the 1970s version, uses
Credit : Ford
Now those with a little in-car mechanics ready for the extra $ 3,900 can buy an Eluminator engine to electrify their old car, but to have a new, classic-looking electric car, We still have to wait for the possible release of this new Ford rendering.
- Turning the classic Ford Branco into a powerful electric car
Electric cars are much better for the environment than old gasoline and gas cars, but most of these cars have a futuristic look that can be used for Not everyone is attractive; So we should hope that the Ford F-100 Eluminator concept design will help expand the concept of electric vehicles and encourage everyone to ride away from fossil fuels.
Photos: Ford F-100 Eluminator