Is anyone else cancelling and getting the F150 Lightning?

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If you think Ford is going to deliver quickly on the F150 reservations, you haven’t been paying attention.
 

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Ordered new F150 lightening. First day reso on two broncos and still no emails.
nope never going to do plug-in electric ..the Bronco will probably be my last Ford and I have pretty much have owned nearly all Ford’s. So unless Ford gets with the hydrogen Program i‘ll be heading to Toyota ..where Japan is going 100% hydrogen. Chevron just inked a deal to provide a nationwide network of hydrogen pumps across the USA .

whats really exciting to me is not only Toyota doing hydrogen fuel cells, but they have had major break throughs with direct hydrogen internal combustion.

here Is their new hydrogen internal combustion race car .

 

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I reserved a Lightning too. I don’t plan to convert to an order, I just wanted to see what would show up quicker lol. Plus I can say I got a first day, first couple of minutes reservation :cool:
 

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If I wanted a pickup truck, I wouldn't have waited for the Bronco since last July.

I did reserve one of these though because it's interesting and it could be a great vehicle to have, but it won't replace the Bronco for me.
 

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nope never going to do plug-in electric ..the Bronco will probably be my last Ford and I have pretty much have owned nearly all Ford’s. So unless Ford gets with the hydrogen Program i‘ll be heading to Toyota ..where Japan is going 100% hydrogen. Chevron just inked a deal to provide a nationwide network of hydrogen pumps across the USA .

whats really exciting to me is not only Toyota doing hydrogen fuel cells, but they have had major break throughs with direct hydrogen internal combustion.

here Is their new hydrogen internal combustion race car .

I like that he starts the video saying how burning hydrogen in a combustion engine is a dumb idea
 

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Reserved last night. Strongly considering it. A truck is better for my needs than the Bronco (a semi-want at this point to be honest). This thing checks a lot of boxes for me cause I don’t need to tow a lot and the 300 mileage is more than enough for 360+ days out of the year. Bronco is cooler but this truck is pretty damn cool and far more practical for me. Either way, not getting either one until 2022 it would appear.

Bronco res - 44hrs post reveal
Lightning res - 2hrs post reveal

Let the races begin!!!
 

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I am, sadly, considering it. Not that I don't plan to get the Bronco eventually, but... it's going to be a regular mass produced vehicle. I don't have a great shot at a 2021 since I underestimated the amount of people who would reserve one.

The F150 Lightning is a better fit for my daily driving needs. I still want a Bronco for off road trips, but since I don't live off-road the Bronco would get a lot of mall miles wearing down the 33s or 35s on pavement in between trips.

I am on the aforementioned sister forum with the same nickname.

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nope never going to do plug-in electric ..the Bronco will probably be my last Ford and I have pretty much have owned nearly all Ford’s. So unless Ford gets with the hydrogen Program i‘ll be heading to Toyota ..where Japan is going 100% hydrogen. Chevron just inked a deal to provide a nationwide network of hydrogen pumps across the USA .

whats really exciting to me is not only Toyota doing hydrogen fuel cells, but they have had major break throughs with direct hydrogen internal combustion.

here Is their new hydrogen internal combustion race car .

Hydrogen is the future...if it can be made safe? Very cool 😎. But very dangerous... right now.
 

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Ordered new F150 lightening. First day reso on two broncos and still no emails.

Added: For anyone interested in F-150 Lightning, visit sister-site F-150 Lightning EV Forum
Sounds like you never followed up if you never got any Bronco emails lol.
 

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Hydrogen has been the fuel of the future for decades, always promising to deliver huge benefits in about five years' time.
The infrastructure alone for fueling everyday users is staggering.
 

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Nope. If I wanted a truck I'd stick with my current hoss. No real interest in electric until the infrastructure supports my lifestyle.
 

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nope never going to do plug-in electric ..the Bronco will probably be my last Ford and I have pretty much have owned nearly all Ford’s. So unless Ford gets with the hydrogen Program i‘ll be heading to Toyota ..where Japan is going 100% hydrogen. Chevron just inked a deal to provide a nationwide network of hydrogen pumps across the USA .

whats really exciting to me is not only Toyota doing hydrogen fuel cells, but they have had major break throughs with direct hydrogen internal combustion.

here Is their new hydrogen internal combustion race car .

Smart man. Much better chance of being the future when compared to EV.
 

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It does have alot of interesting features. A van similar setups and price would be more interesting to me. Maybe a few years down the road.
I did decide that it is the ultimate mullet truck. With all the room up front for your tools you can carry jobsite gear up front and tailgate gear out back. So like a mullet its business up front and party in the back!
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