Ford and Toyota last year inked agreement to develop hybrid-electric powertrains for SUVs, pickups.
DEARBORN, MI – The ultimate goal of a partnership formed last year between Ford and Toyota is a hybrid-electric fullsize pickup, says a high-ranking Ford engineer. “The nut we’re trying to crack is how do we do an F-150 hybrid?” Kevin Layden, Ford director-electrification programs and engineering, tells WardsAuto at a media backgrounder here. “We’re working with (Toyota) and developing plans.” The auto makers last year inked an agreement to ...
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