I love my Porsche Taycan Turbo. It's fast, sleek, luxurious, and, most importantly, electric. It's the perfect car for someone who appreciates speed, style, and sustainability. But there's one thing it can't do: haul stuff.
That's why I'm trading it in for a Ford F-150 Lightning, the all-electric version of America's best-selling pickup truck. And I'm not the only one. Ford has already received over 200,000 reservations for the F-150 Lightning since it was unveiled in May 2021, and it's only available in spring.
But I'm not waiting that long. I'm getting mine from Norway, where Ford is launching the F-150 Lightning as the first country outside North America. Why Norway? Because it's the world's leading market for electric vehicles, with over 75% of new car sales being EVs. And because Norway has some of the most stunning scenery and challenging roads in Europe, perfect for testing the capabilities of the F-150 Lightning.