Ford is one of the leading automakers in the world, especially when it comes to green mobility. In fact, there are rumors that the brand recently developed a Ford F-150 hybrid. While the Detroit Auto Show was canceled this year, there is evidence the brand may have used the show to debut its new eco-friendly Ford F-150.
The vehicle in question is the 2021 Ford F-150, which is believed to be a hybrid or an all-electric version of the most popular vehicle on the market for the past three decades. Ford was one of a few automakers that were eager to move the North American International Auto Show from January to June, where it would release new vehicles, including the latest F-150.
“We continue to look forward to the fresh new festival-style approach within the Detroit community, and we have made investments in new Ford displays that can make the most of new-vehicle reveals,” a Ford spokesperson said in a statement to Auto News.
Along with the new F-150, the Ford brand is scheduled to release the latest version of the Bronco and Bronco Sport. While there’s no word yet as to when the latest F-150 and Bronco will appear later in the year, we couldn’t be more excited for these releases.