@HeavyAssault man that is not that far away. At first it seems too optimistic. But Ford's alignment with Rivian could make a decade possible in the consumer market.With all that....Tesla (and any other EV maker) has shown what the future holds. I'm betting by 2030 light duty "consumer" diesel trucks (F250/F350/F450) are LONG gone from Ford's lineup. They will all be EV, doing things we can only dream of.
I consistently get at least 18 MPGs (hand calculated over several tanks) going back and forth to work and its all stock. On the hwy the best I have seen is 21 MPGs going 70-73 MPH at 1680-1760 RPMs. I don't turtle around and when I come from a stop I try to get up to speed and higher gears. But I am conscious of how I drive and try to adjust my driving to efficiency. If I was deleted I would probably get better mileage with the same driving habits though but not enough for me to pull the triggerHonestly though, I’ve seen a great improvement in fuel economy since deleted. With good tuning and taking it easy I’ve seen it hold 18mgp in town and 20-24mpg on the highway. On the 100hp setting, I’m getting far better mpg than my wife’s ecoboost expedition.