Toyota and Lexus 800V EVs, F-150 Lightning Home Power Backup Cost, Stalantis

Lexus and Toyota have plans to involve larger battery packs and 800-volt charging. The gas-swelling Dodge muscle car and the Chrysler minivan’s electrical replacement factory began to take shape. And the F-150 Lighting System, which can power your home, is priced. This and more, here and here Green Car Report.

The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is the first EV on the market with a manufacturer-supported home power backup system that allows utilities like Tesla Powerwall, if you keep the truck plugged in. And it now has price tags: $ 3,895 including inverter, disconnected switch, and battery pack. However, you will need an 80-amp Ford Charge Station Pro (with extended range pack) and the installation can run for $ 2,000 or more depending on your home setup.

Both Toyota and Lexus are working on 800-volt charging and an 800-volt architecture, according to a Lexus engineering boss. GCREven though we see it in EVs with packs larger than 100 kwh. For smaller packed vehicles, the 400-volt and 150-kilowatt fast-charging work maintains the automaker properly.

Jeep, Chrysler, and Ram parents Stellantis announced Monday that it plans a ও 2.8 billion production overhaul of its Canadian plants for EVs – part of its electrification plan announced last year for 35 billion over five years. This includes the factories that currently make Chrysler minivans and gas-gazelling Hellcat muscle cars – both in line for all electric versions.

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