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The lower front end looks pretty cool, and you can see the hood looks a little shorter. The overall vehicle looks a little more hunkered down as well. Can't wait to see more.

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Hmmm. The cab to bed connection looks very Silverado EV like from that picture. Hopefully Ford did a better job of it. I like the sloped front end. Very sporty looking.
 

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Hmmm. The cab to bed connection looks very Silverado EV like from that picture. Hopefully Ford did a better job of it. I like the sloped front end. Very sporty looking.
Definitely looks a bit more streamlined. Hope they keep the cab/box separate. The Silverado EV looks more like the Avalanche of old. I owned one of those and didn't like it at all - the fold up seats in the F150 are much more useful than the fold-down mid-gate on the Avalanch. The frame/body of the integrated design needs to be pretty rigid if you are going to load it. Honda found that out the hard way and now separates the box/cab. I suppose any EV needs to be pretty rigid to keep the battery box from flexing anyway.
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