Canadian Man Powers House From Ford F-150 Electric Pickup For Two Days
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Pickup has 65% charge left after powering house for 44 straight hours. A refrigerator, a freezer, a TV and a Wi-Fi router were connected to the electric car
In Canada, a powerful winter storm swept through on Christmas Day, due to which many houses lost power. The owner of a Ford F-150 Lightning used his electric pickup truck to power all the necessary equipment for two days in a row. This was reported on the site electrek.co.
A resident of Canada said that his Ford F-150 Lightning still had a lot of charge left after its batteries powered the whole house. The dashboard read 65%.
“We're not here to make an electric truck for the few — Ford is committed to building a truck that solves real problems for real people,” said Ford Blue president Kumar Galhotra. .
Ford said bi-directional charging on the Ford F-150 Lightning with Intelligent Backup can power equipment for three to ten days. This was also proved by a resident of Canada, who fed the whole house with an electric pickup truck for 44 hours. He ran two power strips with a splitter to power refrigerators, freezers, a Wi-Fi router, some lights and a TV.