Comments - 5 Eco-Friendly Ford Trucks

Published: Aug 19, 2012
Description: Americans seem to be slowly accepting the idea of hybrid and electric cars. What they may never accept is a hybrid/electric truck. There's a laundry list of reasons as to why eco-friendly pic...
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Description: Ward's Auto has reported that Ford is collaborating with Toyota on developing a hybrid F-150. The news that a hybrid F-150 is in development isn't much of a shock, but the fact that Ford is ...
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Description: Odyne Systems has developed an aftermarket hybrid conversion kit for the massive F-750. The $100,000 add-on is meant to help companies cut how much they spend on diesel fuel. Odyne Systems estimates t...
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Brandon Whybrew Aug 21, 2012
Cancel that last comment. I miss read it for some reason. Thought it said dollars not gallons. I must not be able to read
Timothy Hooker Aug 19, 2012
hmmm...basic Math says....fail. it would take over ten years to see a savings on each truck.
Description: The year 1998 saw the introduction of an electric Ford Ranger. The Ranger EV was given a limited release; a mere 1,500 were made between 1998 and 2002 and nearly all were leased .The rear-mounted elec...
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Description: You might remember this F-150 EV created by Protean Electric for SEMA 2008. Protean Electric's truck is powered by four in-wheel electric motors weighing a mere 68 pounds apiece. Each electric mo...
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Aaron Cartwright Aug 20, 2012
That's pretty amazing!!
Alex Vasquez Aug 19, 2012
That doesn't sound so bad
Description: Odyne Systems isn't the only company that builds hybrid heay-duty Ford hybrids. Azure Dynamics also creates plug-in hybrids for Ford, focusing its attention on the F-Series Super Duty trucks. The...
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Christopher Levon Taybron Jan 17, 2013
find fofd
Lee Gardner Aug 19, 2012
Devin I known it was a joke
Devin Babyn Aug 19, 2012
Rollin coal makes no difference for emissions. Just bad fuel economy since it just unburnt fuel in the exhaust. They actually added something to the exhaust on semis to stop it. Restricting flow badly and just made emissions worse but it looks better
Lee Gardner Aug 19, 2012
Wow no emissions at all on that rig
Lee Gardner Aug 19, 2012
Wow there all stuck just like a ford