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Ford to Begin Production of Next-Gen Electric Truck in 2025 

Ford to Begin Production of Next-Gen Electric Truck in 2025 

Ford has announced that it will begin production of a next generation electric truck in 2025 at its new mega-campus in Tennessee. The manufacturing facility, called BlueOval City, will be capable of producing 500,000 trucks a year and will be the company’s first carbon neutral vehicle manufacturing and battery plant. The Project T3 EV truck will be able to update over-the-air and will feature towing, hauling and exportable power capabilities. Project T3 stands for “Trust the Truck” and will also boast tons of other new innovations. 

In other news, Ninja has released a new cordless blender that can blend up to 15 times on a single charge. The Ninja Blast Portable Blender comes in 16-ounce or 18-ounce models and features durable stainless steel blade technology. The blender’s leak-free and lightweight design makes it the perfect blender to take on the road, whether you’re going hiking or enjoying a day at the beach. It is capable of cleaning itself with water and dish soap, thanks to a 30 second blend cycle. The Ninja Blast comes in six colors and is now available at most major retailers, including Amazon, Target and Walmart. 

Lastly, mobile charging brand Anker has unveiled a new battery-powered cooler that offers fast and flexible recharge options. The EverFrost Powered Cooler is the world’s longest-lasting battery-powered cooler thanks to its detachable 299Wh battery. The cooler features four different ways to recharge and can reach a full charge in just four hours. The EverFrost comes in three sizes – 33-, 43- and 53-liter – and boasts dual zone cooling design with a high-efficiency cooling compressor. 


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