Ford has rolled out a plug-in electric vehicle for the first time, with the company announcing that it has leased the second-generation Raptor.
The new Raptor is based on the first-generation Corolla, and it will be available in two sizes: a compact sedan and a midsize pickup.
The company says that the first generation was able to reach highway speeds of 60 mph in 4.2 seconds, while the new version will hit 62 mph.
The Raptor has a 0-to-60 time of 1.7 seconds, and its top speed of 130 mph is up from the current 120 mph.
The new truck will also be able to accelerate from 0 to 60 in 1.6 seconds.
The next-generation version will be able use a plug to accelerate the truck to a top speed over 150 mph, and the company claims that the battery will last for up to a year.
It also claims that it will have a range of over 700 miles on a single charge.
Ford has been developing its electric vehicles since the company started working on them back in 2007.
It started with the first electric vehicle, the Bronco, but since then it has expanded its efforts into several other electric vehicles, including the Focus Electric, which debuted last year.