The brush guard f145 is now officially the national guard’s “most valuable” asset.
The F150 is the first electric vehicle that’s been built to the National Guard standards, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced Wednesday.
The National Guard has been building new electric vehicles in order to meet a requirement to have a minimum of 15 percent electric fleet by 2020, the NHTSA said in a release.
The F150’s electric powertrain is rated at 130 horsepower, which makes it the fastest-selling electric vehicle on the market.
It’s currently available in the United States for about $70,000.
The brush guard has been working with the National Automobile Dealers Association to develop the F150 as the national standard electric vehicle, according to the NDTSA.
The National Guard’s vehicle sales are projected to grow by 30 percent to about 40,000 by 2035.
The brushguard is expected to become a staple for Guard members who will soon be eligible for the National Guards National Guard Insurance, according the NHCI.
The National Highway Safety Administration says the F140 is the nation’s most valuable vehicle, at least in terms of its market share and performance.
The f140 was sold in the first quarter of 2019.
It’s not the first brush guard vehicle to earn a high praise from the NHA.
The Brush Guard was one of three vehicles designed to replace the aging F150 and F-150.