The all-electric Ford F-650 is suitable for a range of industry applications, including delivery, urban maintenance, and aviation ground support. - Photo: Roush CleanTech

The all-electric Ford F-650 is suitable for a range of industry applications, including delivery, urban maintenance, and aviation ground support.

Photo: Roush CleanTech

Roush CleanTech’s Ford F-650 battery-electric truck has achieved the California Hybrid and Zero-emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) eligibility listing.

The all-electric F-650 has a maximum speed of 65 mph and a 100-mile range and is suitable for a range of industry applications, including delivery, urban maintenance, and aviation ground support.

The company’s battery electric vehicles meet all Department of Transportation regulations, comply with all applicable vehicle Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Specifications (FMVSS) requirements, and adhere to the California Zero Emissions Powertrain certification program. The battery pack is warranted for five years or 60,000 miles, with a minimum 80% (110 kW) recharging capacity for the warranty lifecycle.

Roush CleanTech recently hired Natalia Swalnick, a transportation and energy public policy expert, as its West Coast director of government affairs to serve the burgeoning market.

Orders are currently being taken.

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