Yep. Jeremy Clarkson famously stated that “a traditional hybrid is just a normal car for fools”. On that episode, they invented a generator based hybrid system 2 years before the first iteration of the Fisker came out.Oh, I didn't know it was the dumb kind of hybrid.
Ford is supposed to offer both plain hybrid, plugin hybrid, and EV versions of the F-150 in the next few years.Oh, I didn't know it was the dumb kind of hybrid.
Those are published specs, so you look at the specs and see if it matches the trailers you pull.Looks like some buyers who want to use truck as a truck (using the payload & towing capabilities) are discovering F-150 Hybrid comes up short (especially in payload capability).
Exactly. The body and glass by themselves make this truck interesting and important. With the power, torque, range, and easy charging nothing else compares.Still now comparison. SS body and tough glass along with a battery and motor that will last at least 5 times longer than a Ford is a non starter. Cybertruck wins hands down.
He counted that. And in the end, the Model 3 won all the variants of the numbers he ran.The guy with the M3 and RAV4, was trying to say the carbon cost of the RAV4 was less because it only has a small battery vs the M3 with it's huge battery - total crap! What about the ICE part of the RAV4???
Thanks Todd, I always enjoy your videos. Good comparison, even if, as you pointed out, they are not very comparable. I have a 2010 F-150 XLT 4x4 and I would take that hybrid over it if I were not concerned about all the complexity and potential reliable issues that entails. I mean, it's bad enough having all the complexity of a ICE vehicle but layering on the electrics and all the integration necessary just adds insult to injury.