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To showcase its new Crate Engine, Ford Performance unveiled a Ford F-100 powered by a pair of electric motors.
Crate Engines, these motors sold alone for an aftermarket application, are no longer just thermal Big Blocks: Ford recently presented a new electric motor for retrofit faders. To launch the marketing, the brand with the blue oval launches an F-100 Eluminator at the Sema Show.
False ancestor of the Ford F-150 Lighting, the 100% electric version of the famous pick-up, this Ford F-100 Eluminator does not exactly use the eponymous engine recently presented. He chooses an engine/battery assembly from the Ford Mustang Mach-E GT, the completely unbridled version of the American SUV.
An over-the-counter electric motor
Like the Mach-E GT, the 1978 utility now relies on 487 hp for 860 Nm of torque. It also borrows its 88 kWh useful capacity battery, as do many elements in the cabin, such as the instrumentation, the 15.5-inch central screen or the central console.
The performance of the machine has not been communicated. But the interest is not there: the concept serves above all to announce the marketing of the Eluminator engine, sold at a price of $3,900. Remember that this block offered without battery develops 285 hp for 430 Nm of torque and can be split for the most advanced preparations.